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#524604 - 07/19/17 05:33 AM Re: Monthly Weather Summary [Re: Marty]  
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Monthly Weather Summary, June 2017

National Meteorological Service of Belize

JUNE IS THE FIRST MONTH OF THE RAINY SEASON IN BELIZE. JUNE 2017 BEGAN WITH GENERALLY FAIR CONDITIONS PREVAILING. A STRONG SOUTH-EASTERLY AIRFLOW PREVAILED AND HIGH DAY-TIME AND NIGHT- TIME TEMPERATURES WERE RECORDED AROUND THE COUNTRY. THIS WAS THE GENERAL TREND FOR THE FIRST FIVE DAYS, EXCEPT THAT THE SOUTH AND INLAND AREAS EXPERIENCED A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.

BETWEEN THE FIFTH AND NINTH, THE COUNTRY EXPERIENCED SHOWER, RAIN AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITIES WHICH ALL ORIGINATED INLAND AND SPREAD TO COASTAL AREAS. A HIGH CENTER AT 200MB MOVED OVER THE AREA ON THE TENTH AND ENHANCED LOW LEVEL INSTABILITY, AT WHICH POINT, HIGH MOISTURE CONTENT WAS ALSO PRESENT. HENCE, SHOWERS, THUNDERSTORMS AND WIDE-SPREAD RAIN DAMPENED THE COUNTRY THROUGH TO THE SIXTEENTH.

ON THE SEVENTEENTH, A BROAD TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE DEVELOPED OVER THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN. THIS PRODUCED SHOWERS, RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS AROUND THE COUNTRY FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. ON THE NINETEENTH , THE SYSTEM WAS DECLARED AS POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE III. A THIS TIME AN ELONGATED TROUGH STRETCHED FROM A FEW HUNDRED MILES SOUTH, SOUTH-EAST OF LOUISIANA TO HONDURAS. THE BIRTH OF TROPICAL STORM CINDY WAS DECLARED ON THE TWENTIETH. THE ASSOCIATED TROUGH CONTINUED TO SUPPORT SHOWERS, RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS BELIZE , THROUGH TO THE TWENTY-SECOND. THE COUNTRY GOT A BREAK ON THE TWENTY-THIRD WITH GENERALLY FAIR WEATHER .

ON THE TWENTY-FOURTH A TROPICAL WAVE IN THE AREA SUPPORTED THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE CAYO DISTRICT IN THE AFTERNOON, LASTING ALMOST TWO TO THREE HOURS. THE RESULT WAS LOCALIZED FLOODING IN SAN IGNACIO TOWN AND SURROUNDING AREAS.

A FEW SHOWERS AFFECTED PARTS OF THE COUNTRY ON THE TWENTY-FIFTH AND CONTINUED SO THROUGH TO THE END OF THE MONTH, AS THREE MORE TROPICAL WAVES CROSSED THE COUNTRY DURING THIS PERIOD.

IN CONCLUSION, JUNE 2017 WAS A RAINY PERIOD. HIGH DAY-TIME AND NIGHT-TIME TEMPERATURES WERE ALSO RECORDED. FOUR TROPICAL WAVES CROSSED THE COUNTRY, BUT ONLY THREE SUPPORTED RAINFALL ACTIVITY. THE BROAD AREA OF LOW PRESSURE, TURNED TROPICAL CINDY WAS THE MAIN PRODUCER OF RAINFALL DURING THIS MONTH. DATA SHOWS THAT RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE ABOVE THE NORMAL AT A FEW STATIONS, WHILE NIGHT-TIME TEMPERATURES WERE ABOVE AVERAGE.


#525725 - 09/09/17 05:26 AM Re: Monthly Weather Summary [Re: Marty]  
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Monthly Rainfall Summary, July 2017

National Meteorological Service of Belize

MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS PREVAILED DURING SATURDAY 1ST AND SUNDAY 2ND. A GUSTY EAST-SOUTHEASTERLY AIRFLOW PREVAILED AT THE SURFACE AND LOW LEVELS WHILE A TROPICAL UPPER TROPOSPHERIC TROUGH EXTENDED TO A LOW OVER YUCATAN AND CONTINUED SOUTH TO GUATEMALA. A TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED THE COUNTRY OVERNIGHT AND A DIVERGENT SOUTH-WESTERLY UPPER LEVEL FLOW SUPPORTED DEVELOPMENT OF AN MCS OVER THE SOUTH OF THE COUNTRY WITH PUNTA GORDA RECORDING 125MM OF RAINFALL BY DAYBREAK. A FEW SHOWERS CONTINUED TO AFFECT THE SOUTH OF THE COUNTRY AS THE TROPICAL WAVE MOVED AWAY WHILE ISOLATED SHOWER ACTIVITY AFFECTED MOST OTHER AREAS DURING MONDAY 3RD. BY THE 4TH SHOWER ACTIVITY CONTINUED GENERALLY ISOLATED OVER MOST AREAS, EXCEPT FOR A FEW MORE OVER THE SOUTH AT NIGHT-TIME.

MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS PREVAILED AS ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE APPROACHED AND CROSSED THE COUNTRY DURING WEDNESDAY 5TH. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER SOUTHERN COASTAL WATERS AND SPREAD TO SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS DURING THE NIGHT WITH SHOWERS AND RAIN SPREADING TO THE NORTH DURING THE DAYTIME. HEAVY RAINFALL AFFECTED THE CENTRAL AREAS OF THE COUNTRY DURING THE MORNING OF THURSDAY 6TH, DECREASING DURING THE AFTERNOON. AN INACTIVE TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED THE COUNTRY THURSDAY 7TH AND MAINLY FAIR WEATHER PREVAILED OVER MOST AREAS DURING THE 7TH AND 8TH, EXCEPT FOR A FEW NIGHT-TIME SHOWERS OVER THE SOUTH.

NOCTURNAL SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO AFFECT THE SOUTH OF THE COUNTRY DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS, THEN A TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED OVER-NIGHT MONDAY 10TH INTO TUESDAY 11TH. AVAILABLE MOISTURE INCREASED WITH THIS WAVE AND PERSISTED THROUGH WEDNESDAY 12TH AS ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER THE SOUTH THEN SPREAD TO CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AREAS DURING THE DAYTIME. MAINLY FAIR WEATHER PREVAILED DURING THURSDAY 13TH BUT HEAVY RAINFALL AFFECTED THE TOLEDO DISTRICT DURING THE NIGHT WITH RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1-3 INCHES AT A COUPLE STATIONS. DURING FRIDAY 14TH AND SATURDAY 15TH AN UPPER LEVEL LOW WAS CENTERED OVER YUCATAN AND SUPPORTED A DIVERGENT PATTERN ALOFT. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED MOSTLY THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT.

A TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED THE COUNTRY BETWEEN 18Z AND 24Z SUNDAY 16TH AND A GUSTY EAST-SOUTHEASTERLY AIRFLOW SUPPORTED A LINE OF SHOWERS ACROSS CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AREAS THROUGH MID-DAY. AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER THE MAYA MOUNTAINS.

MAINLY FAIR WEATHER PREVAILED DURING MONDAY 17TH THEN YET ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED OVER-NIGHT INTO TUESDAY 18TH. HOWEVER WEATHER CONDITIONS CONTINUED MAINLY FAIR. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED MOST AREAS DURING THE EARLY MORNING OF WEDNESDAY 19TH BECOMING GENERALLY ISOLATED DURING THE AFTERNOON AND THROUGH THURSDAY 20TH. A FEW EARLY MORNING SHOWERS AFFECTED THE SOUTH DURING FRIDAY 21ST WITH GENERALLY ISOLATED ACTIVITY ELSEWHERE AND AFTER. A RELATIVELY INACTIVE TROPICAL WAVE (THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL STORM DON) CROSSED THE COUNTRY OVER-NIGHT AND MAINLY FAIR WEATHER CONTINUED DURING THE MORNING WITH SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTING SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS DURING THE AFTERNOON AND THROUGH-OUT THE NIGHT. RELATIVELY MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS PREVAILED DURING SUNDAY 23RD THROUGH TUESDAY 25TH AS A TROPICAL WAVE APPROACHED AND CROSSED THE COUNTRY AND WAS ENHANCED BY DIVERGENT UPPER LEVEL CONDITIONS. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED MOSTLY SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS DURING THE NIGHT-TIME.

MAINLY FAIR WEATHER CONDITIONS WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PREVAILED DURING WEDNESDAY 26TH. A UPPER LEVEL TROUGH TO THE NORTH PROVIDED ENHANCEMENT FOR DIURNAL CONVECTION THROUGH FRIDAY 28TH. A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER THE TOLEDO DISTRICT DURING THE NIGHT-TIME WITH SIMILAR CONDITIONS INLAND DURING PEAK DAYTIME HEATING HOURS. WEATHER CONDITIONS WERE MAINLY FAIR DURING THE DAYTIME OF SATURDAY 29TH AND SUNDAY 30TH, HOWEVER NIGHT-TIME SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS


StationTotal Monthly Rainfall (mm)Normal Monthly Rainfall (mm)
Libertad (Corozal)79.2175.8
Tower Hill (Orange Walk)119.5178.3
Philip Goldson Airport208.7212
Belmopan224.2279.8
Central Farm226.6218.7
Spanish Lookout191.5212
Pomona293.6336
Melinda259.4253.2
Savannah Forest Stn 270.7286.9
Punta Gorda Agri. Stn819.3678.8

#526086 - 09/30/17 05:29 AM Re: Monthly Weather Summary [Re: Marty]  
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Monthly Rainfall Summary, August 2017

National Meteorological Service of Belize

THE MONTH OF AUGUST SAW RAINFALL LESS THAN NORMAL AT ALL STATIONS, ESPECIALLY THE NORTH AND SOME CENTRAL AREAS, WHERE LESS THAN 45 PERCENT WAS RECIEVED. TWO TROPICAL CYCLONES THREATENED TO AFFECT BELIZE; TROPICAL STORM FRANKLIN PASSED TO THE NORTH WITHOUT MUCH IMPACT, AND TROPICAL STORM HARVEY DISSIPATED BEFORE REACHING OUR AREA AND THE REMNANT LOW MOVED ACROSS THE YUCATAN PENINSULA, AGAIN WITH LITTLE EFFECT.

A MODERATE AND RELATIVELY DRY EAST-SOUTHEASTERLY AIRFLOW PREVAILED AT THE BEGINING OF THE MONTH AND SUPPORTED MAILY FAIR WEATHER FROM THE 1ST TO THE 3RD. THE UPPER PATTERN WAS NEUTRAL TO WEAKLY CONVERGENT. SHOWERS WERE ISOLATED DURING THE DAYTIME, WITH A FEW MORE ALONG WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SOUTH AT NIGHT. RAINFALL OCCURRED MAINLY OVER THE SOUTH AND WAS NOT MORE THAN HALF AN INCH PER DAY. THE SURFACE AND LOW LEVEL FLOW BACKED TO THE EAST-NORTHEAST THEN NORTHEAST THROUGH THE NEXT THREE DAYS (4-6) AS A STRONG TROPICAL WAVE MOVED ACROSS THE CENTRAL CARIBBEAN SEA. A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED MAINLY INLAND DURING THE DAYTIME AND OVER THE SOUTH DURING THE NIGHT. PUNTA GORDA RECORDED JUST OVER THREE INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 5TH. THE WAVE DEVELOPED A LOW PRESSURE AREA NEAR 15N/82W AND WAS GIVEN A POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE STATUS ON THE AFTERNOON OF THE 6TH. BY THAT NIGHT, TROPICAL STORM FRANKLIN FORMED OVER THE NW CARIBBEAN SEA AND WAS HEADING FOR THE YUCATAN PENINSULA JUST NORTH OF BELIZE. SOME SHOWERS AND LIGHT RAIN AFFECTED MOST AREAS DURING THAT NIGHT AND CONTINUED THE NEXT DAY AS TROPICAL STORM FRANKLIN APPROACHED THE YUCATAN PENINSULA. ABOUT ONE AND A HALF INCHES OF RAIN WERE RECORDED AT BELIZE CITY AND BLUE CREEK TOLEDO. TS FRANKLIN MOVED ACROSS YUCATAN AND SUPPORTED A GUSTY SOUTHEAST AIRFLOW OVER BELIZE ON THE 8TH. A FEW SHOWERS CONTINUED OVER CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AREAS, WITH THE RAINS INCREASING OVER MOST AREAS THAT NIGHT. RAINFALL HOWEVER, WAS LESS THAN ANTICIPATED. THE NEXT TWO DAYS (9-10) SAW SKIES BECOMING CLOUDY AT TIMES WITH A FEW SHOWERS, THUNDERSTORMS OR LIGHT RAIN MAINLY OVER THE NORTH DURING THE DAYTIME AND OVER THE SOUTH IN THE NIGHT. SAN PEDRO RECEIVED ALMOST FOUR INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 9TH.

FROM THE 11TH TO THE 15TH, CONDITIONS DRIED OUT SOMEWHAT AS A HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE OVER THE NORTHEAST GULF OF MEXICO SUPPORTED A GENERALLY EASTERLY SURFACE FLOW OVER OUR AREA. A NEUTRAL TO WEAKLY CONVERGENT UPPER PATTERN PREVAILED DURING THAT TIME. ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED DURING THE DAYTIME, WITH A FEW MORE MAINLY OVER THE SOUTH AND SOME PARTS OF THE COAST AT NIGHT; WITH THE SOUTH RECEIVING MORE THAN TWO INCHES OF RAINFALL ON SOME NIGHTS. THE 16TH SAW A FEW SHOWERS OVER CENTRAL AREAS AS AN EAST-WEST LINE OF LIGHT TO MODERATE SHOWERS PERSISTED FOR MOST OF THE DAY OVER THAT AREA. OVER THE NEXT THREE DAYS (17-19) THE WEATHER RETURNED TO MAINLY FAIR COUNTRYWIDE WITH ONLY ISOLATED SHOWERS, AND THE SURFACE FLOW BECAME MOSTLY EAST-NORTHEASTERLY. SHOWERS INCREASED OVER THE SOUTH ON SOME NIGHTS, WITH PUNTA GORDA RECORDING ONE AND A HALF INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 17TH. OVER THOSE SAME DAYS, TS HARVEY FORMED EAST OF THE LESSER ANTILLES AND MOVED TO THE SOUTH CENTRAL CARIBBEAN, WITH THE OFFICIAL FORECAST CONSISTENTLY BRINGING IT TOWARDS BELIZE. (HARVEY DEGENERATED THAT NIGHT, AND THE REMNANT LOW PRESSURE MOVED WEST-NORTHWEST ACROSS THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN AND YUCATAN, THEN REFORMED ON THE 23RD IN THE BAY OF CAMPECHE.)

AN UPPER LOW OVER THE EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO HELPED TO SUPPORT A FEW SHOWERS OVER INLAND AND SOUTHERN AREAS ON THE 20TH, WITH PUNTA GORDA RECORDING ALMOST THREE INCHES OF RAIN. AS THE REMNANTS OF HARVEY APPROACHED OUR AREA, THE SURFACE FLOW BACKED TO THE NORTH-NORTHEAST AND A FEW SHOWERS AND RAIN AFFECTED COASTAL AND NORTHERN AREAS ON THE 21ST, THEN MAINLY THE INTERIOR THE NEXT DAY AS THE LOW MOVED ACROSS THE YUCATAN PENINSULA. RAINFALL WITH THIS SYSTEM WAS AGAIN MUCH LESS THAN EXPECTED. TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY OVER THE GULF OF MEXICO SUPPORTED A LIGHT EAST-SOUTHEAST AIRFLOW AND A GRADUAL DRYING OUT AT LOW LEVELS. THIS RESULTED IN GENERALLY ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 23RD AND 24TH. THE NEXT DAY, A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED MAINLY INLAND AND OVER THE SOUTH, WITH MORE OVER THE SOUTH THAT NIGHT. THESE WERE SUPPORTED BY A WEAK TROPCAL WAVE. HURRICANE HARVEY MEANDERED OVER THE COAST OF TEXAS THE NEXT FEW DAYS, AND A MODERATE EAST-SOUTHEAST SURFACE FLOW SUPPORTED MAINLY FAIR AND WARM WEATHER OVER BELIZE WITH ONLY ISOLATED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY INLAND IN THE AFTERNOON. THIS OCCURRED FROM THE 26TH TO THE 29TH WITH VERY LITTLE RAINFALL. A TROPICAL WAVE THEN SUPPORTED AN INCREASE IN MOISTURE AND A FEW SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS OVER MOST AREAS THE LAST TWO DAYS OF THE MONTH. ONE TO TWO INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON SOUTHERN COASTAL AREAS ON THE 31ST.


#526958 - 11/10/17 05:27 AM Re: Monthly Weather Summary [Re: Marty]  
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Monthly Weather Summary, September 2017

National Meteorological Service of Belize

SEPTEMBER 2017 WAS THE MOST ACTIVE MONTH ON RECORD FOR THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON WITH THIRTEEN NAMED STORMS AND EIGHT HURRICANES, FIVE OF WHICH WERE MAJOR HURRICANES. THE PROXIMITY OF HURRICANE IRMA INFLUENCED WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR A FEW DAYS, HOWEVER NO TROPICAL CYCLONES TRAVERSED THE COUNTRY. THREE TROPICAL WAVES CROSSED THE COUNTRY PRODUCING MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS BUT MOST AREAS RECEIVED BELOW AVERAGE RAINFALL DURING SEPTEMBER.

THE MONTH STARTED OUT FAIR WITH LIGHT SHOWERS ONLY OVER THE NORTHERN BELIZE DISTRICT AS AMODERATE EAST-SOUTHEASTERLY AIRFLOW PREVAILED. BY THE SECOND DAY A WEAK TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED THE COUNTRY PRODUCING A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER NORTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS WITH INCREASED ACTIVITY OVER THE SOUTH AND COAST OVERNIGHT. SOME SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED TO AFFECT THE SOUTH AND COAST ON THE THIRD MORNING AS A MID TO UPPER LEVEL TROUGH SYSTEM OVER THE NORTHERN BAY OF CAMPECHE INTERACTED WITH THE TROPICAL WAVE. FROM THE FOURTH TO THE SIXTH A SLACK PRESSURE GRADIENT OVER THE NORTHWEST CARIBBEAN AND THE YUCATAN PENINSULA DOMINATED THE AREA SUPPORTING LIGHT EASTERLY WINDS AND FAIR CONDITIONS WITH SHOWERS CONFINED TO THE MAYA MOUNTAINS IN THE AFTERNOON AND ALONG THE SOUTH COAST AT NIGHT. ON THE SEVENTH AND EIGHTH WINDS REMAINED LIGHT AND CONDITIONS CONTINUED MOSTLY FAIR WITH ONLY A FEW EARLY MORNING SHOWERS ALONG THE COAST AND OVER THE INTERIOR DURING THE AFTERNOON. A BROAD CIRCULATION ASSOCIATED WITH HURRICANE IRMA OVER NORTHERN CUBA SUPPORTED WEST TO NORTHWESTERLY WINDS ON THE NINTH ALONG WITH SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER ROCKVILLE, DANGRIGA AND THE MAYA MOUNTAINS. THIS SYSTEM CONTINUED TO AFFECT THE COUNTRY ON THE TENTH PRODUCING A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE SEA IN THE MORNING AND OVER THE NORTH IN THE AFTERNOON SHIFTING BACK TO THE SEA AND SOUTH DURING THE NIGHT.

CLOUDY SKIES ALONG WITH SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED MAINLY NORTHERN AND WESTERN PARTS OF THE COUNTRY ON THE ELEVENTH THEN THE SOUTH AND COAST OVERNIGHT AS HURRICANE IRMA APPROACHED FLORIDA. ON THE EVENING OF THE TWELFTH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS INCREASED OVER CENTRAL, COASTAL AND SOUTHERN AREAS AS A FEEDER BAND FROM HURRICANE IRMA MOVED OVER THE AREA. BY THE THIRTEENTH MAINLY FAIR CONDITIONS PREVAILED WITH ONLY A FEW SHOWERS OVER THE CAYO DISTRICT IN THE AFTERNOON AND OVER THE NORTH COAST DURING THE NIGHT. ON THE FOURTEENTH A 1011MB LOW PRESSURE WAS OVER THE COUNTRY AND SEVERAL SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED OVER NORTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS IN THE MORNING AND OVER WESTERN AREAS IN THE AFTERNOON WITH MOST OF THE ACTIVITY DIMINISHED BY NIGHTFALL. DURING THE FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH A SLACK PRESSURE GRADIENT DOMINATED THE AREA WITH MOSTLY FAIR CONDITIONS EXCEPT FOR INTENSE THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY OVER THE SOUTHERN TOLEDO DISTRICT OVERNIGHT ON THE FIFTEENTH. ON THE SEVENTEENTH A TROPICAL WAVE WAS EAST OF THE AREA AND SUPPORTED CLOUDY SPELLS ALONG WITH A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ESPECIALLY SOUTH. THE TROPICAL WAVE TRAVERSED THE COUNTRY ON THE EIGHTEENTH WITH MODERATE SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER MOST AREAS DURING THE MORNING THEN MOSTLY INLAND IN THE AFTERNOON AND OVER CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN AREAS OVERNIGHT. ON THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE CARIBBEAN SUPPORTED A LIGHT EAST TO SOUTHEAST AIRFLOW AND MOSTLY FAIR WEATHER WITH ONLY ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS AND A FEW SHOWERS OVER THE MAYA MOUNTAINS IN THE AFTERNOON AND SOUTH AT NIGHT.

DURING THE TWENTY-FIRST TO THE TWENTY-FOURTH A SLACK PRESSURE PATTERN REMAINED OVER THE AREA THAT SUPPORTED LIGHT EAST-SOUTHEASTERLY SURFACE WINDS AND MAINLY FAIR CONDITIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY WITH MOST OF THE SHOWER ACTIVITY CONFINED TO THE MAYA MOUNTAINS IN THE AFTERNOON AND OVER THE SOUTH AND COAST AT NIGHTTIME. ON THE TWENTY-FIFTH LOW PRESSURES OVER MEXICO EXTENDED TO BELIZE AND SUPPORTED A MODERATE EAST TO SOUTHEASTERLY AIRFLOW AND WARM CONDITIONS WITH A FEW MORNING SHOWERS OVER THE ORANGE WALK DISTRICT THEN IN THE WEST DURING THE AFTERNOON AND ALONG THE SOUTH COAST AFTER SUNSET. THE CENTRAL AMERICAN MONSOON TROUGH EXTENDED ACROSS SOUTHERN BELIZE ON THE TWENTY-SIXTH WHILE CONDITIONS CONTINUED FAIR AND WARM WITH ONLY ISOLATED SHOWERS OVER THE EXTREME NORTH. A VERY WEAK SURFACE TROUGH WAS ANALYSED ALONG THE COAST ON THE TWENTY-SEVENTH BUT THE WEATHER REMAINED MOSTLY FAIR WITH A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE NORTHWEST PORTION OF ORANGE WALK IN THE AFTERNOON AND LIGHT SHOWERS ALONG THE COAST INCLUDING BELIZE CITY AND LADYVILLE OVERNIGHT. ON THE TWENTY-EIGHT ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE CROSSED THE COUNTRY THAT PRODUCED A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS OVER INLAND AREAS IN THE AFTERNOON THEN CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AREAS DURING THE EVENING AND NIGHT. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN A BROAD SURFACE TROUGH OVER THE NORTHWEST CARIBBEAN AND AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH OVER THE EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO ALONG WITH MOISTURE ADVECTED FROM THE MONSOON TROUGH SUPPORTED VERY MOIST AND UNSTABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY ON THE TWENTY-NINTH THAT RESULTED IN SEVERAL SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ESPECIALLY OVER NORTHERN AND CENTRAL AREAS, WHERE THE ACTIVITY OCCURRED MOST OF THE NIGHT INTO THE EARLY MORNING. BOTH TOWERHILL AND BELMOPAN RECEIVED MORE THAN AN INCH OF RAINFALL DURING THE TWENTY-FOUR HOUR PERIOD. THE LAST DAY OF THE MONTH CONTINUED CLOUDY AND SHOWERY AS A SURFACE TROUGH OVER THE YUCATAN PENINSULA EXTENDED TO NORTHERN BELIZE PRODUCING HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY ALONG THE COAST IN THE MORNING AND ALONG THE SOUTH COAST IN THE AFTERNOON WITH MOST OF THE ACTIVITY CONFINED TO OFFSHORE AREAS BY EVENING.


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