A lot of different things happening, high level cloud, the tail end of Harvey, coming in from the NE, clashing with several other winds at different heights, resulting in a lot of rain, but most of that is out at sea and moving northwards, San Pedro is getting a lot of it, but very little inland. It might take several hours for the rain to ease off and the cloud thin. The heavy cloud is forming just off the coast, which will be clearer in the Cloud picture later.
Looks like today will be a mixed bag and very different in different parts of Belize, mainly cloudy for much of the day, with isolated rain, mainly along the coast and out at sea.
A very complex set of winds at different levels. The high level wind is the tail end of Harvey, from the ENE Which is clashing with several other winds, the Caribbean wind from the SE, a little from the west and other air movements. The result is massive swelling up in a line out at sea causing significant rain, mainly effecting Ambergris Caye. But heavy cloud elsewhere, but starting to thin in the NW of Belize
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Tue max. 30°C 86°F Last night min. 25°C 77°F