An unsettled weather pattern will continue to plague the Caribbean for several days, threatening areas with flooding rainfall and gusty winds.
“A broad area of low pressure will continue to produce heavy showers and thunderstorms across much of the western portion of the Caribbean over the next few days,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Brett Rossio said.
Those in Belize, Honduras or on the far eastern shores of the Yucatan Peninsula will need to be wary of flash flooding and mudslides as rounds of heavy storms batter the region through the first half of the week.
This system will continue to impact coastal Central America and much of the Caribbean into Wednesday.
While any storms will be capable of producing localized damage, a tropical event is not expected to unfold.
“Despite this area of low pressure being over conducive sea-surface temperatures, development is unlikely,” Rossio said.