Well H IRMA is blowing itself apart, it was too tight, too compact, too powerful, it has dropped from Cat.5 to Cat.3 over night, somewhere I saw the weather people say that theoretically a hurricane could not sustain 185 mph winds, well looks as if they were right, although it has now run into the weather front that has been coming across the USA, I think hitting Cuba has also had a part in its breakup. But even Cat.3 is a dangerous hurricane and the sea has already been churned up when it was Cat.5
As part of its breakup, its high level clouds have been thrown way out and now filling the western Caribbean and even coming over Belize. Another strange effect is that the present white clouds over central Belize are coming from the WEST and not from the Caribbean, Ah, finally got the NASA web site to work, all low level clouds over Belize are moving from the West, high level from Irma coming in from the East, but not conflicting with the low level clouds, except out at sea.
Looks like today will be largely sunny, but with white clouds from the West, no indication of rain on land yet.
Now you can see the larger picture, the weather front across the USA, which is blocking Irma, causing it to change direction and why KATIA was going to go up northwards into the USA. You can also see how H IRMA has spread out, filling the west Caribbean area and even sending clouds over Belize.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Fri max. 32°C 89°F Last night min. 26°C 76°F
For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.