Big changes happened last night. A massive swell-up over southern Mexico cause considerable rain, but that rain did not reach Belize. It was caused by a clash between a cold front pushing down and the high humid SW Pacific air. As a result, the easterly Caribbean wind has completely stopped. The cold front has resulted in a large area of air pushing out in many directions, forming a double line over Honduras, and even down to Nicaragua. This may not result in cooler air here yet, much of those would be caused by the very high swell-up collapsing.
Looks as if this morning will be rather cloudy, but no rain.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Tue max. 34°C 93°F Last night min. 25°C 76°F