There is a very significant change to our weather today, it may not be obvious, but a significant cold front is approaching, but its front edge effect crossed over Belize over night. We still have all the Caribbean ITCZ swell-ups all over the place and we are still in the centre of a low pressure area, hence all the rain over night, but things will be changing over the next two days. The NOAA have just removed the cold front line from their chart, I don't know why, because the effects of that cold front are very real, clearing cloud across the Gulf, and causing cloud movement over southern Toledo to be from the west. There is a lot of rain due to swell-ups, over central and northern Belize this morning, some light, some very heavy.
Looks like today will be cold and wet for many and overcast for most, a few patches of sun down south.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Sun max. 26°C 78°F Last night min. 23°C 72°F