A complex weather situation right now. The Caribbean winds are being held back east of Honduras, there is a warm bubble of air being driven down from the north by the cold front, which is clashing with the high level Pacific cloud from the SSW which has caused the first of the ITCZ type of swell-ups just south of us along the Pacific coast, and a whole bunch of then along a line near Panama. The cold front is pushing warm air down from the north resulting in a line of rain presently crossing over Belize, there have been significant rain in northern Belize, but now, most is out at sea.
Looks like today is going to be mainly cloudy, with patches of rain this morning, occasional sun.
Temperatures in Belmopan:
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Mon max. 30°C 86°F Last night min. 23°C 74°F