All I am able to see from one satellite is a total blanket of cloud over Belize, coming in from the east. There is no cloud shown on the other satellite pictures, the Belize Met office radar is showing a little rain out at sea, but little or none on land. But my roof says it is raining and has been for hours, OK light rain, but it is rain, I have had 7.1mm of rain this morning. So much for modern weather monitoring, I think I will simply have to rely more on the old fashioned way.
Looks to me as if the easterly Caribbean winds are returning and replacing the cooler air from yesterday, with the result it is causing light rain, probably over most of the country. I suspect this will continue for most of the morning and some into this afternoon, perhaps a few glimpses of sun in a few places this afternoon.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 20°C 69°F Yesterday max. 23°C 74°F