This very large storm over the Atlantic, has pushed a front right down over Cuba, and causing our air to be coming from the NNE. Despite that, this morning there is a SW "Tiger" wind at ground level. There is only a small amount of clashing causing a little rain out at sea of southern Belize. Otherwise there is very little cloud over most of Belize, although several layers of thinner cloud over central Belize , partly due to the SW "Tiger" wind, which is showing moving away from Belize now out at sea.
Looks as if today will be mainly sunny, particularly for north and south Belize, white clouds developing this morning, only a small chance of any small rain showers.
The Caribbean winds and clouds are coming down from the NNE as a result of that Atlantic storm area. It has formed two bands of patchy clouds as white dotted line. But the "Tiger" wind at surface level over southern and central Belize has no cloud, so can't be seen, except where it is slightly clashing with the Caribbean clouds, light blue dotted line.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 20°C 69°F Yesterday max. 29°C 84°F