Very different weather for the north of Belize from the south. The south is covered in thick, heavy cloud and a lot of rain in many parts, with the air moving down from the north. Most of the north is in bright sunshine, although there is a significant cloud area over Orange Walk, and there has been a few small patches of rain. The Caribbean air, if you can call it that, is coming down from the north, with a straggly line of cloud out at sea. There is some thin high level cloud from the west, the cloud over Orange Walk is moving from the SSW, but the heavy cloud over southern Belize is as a result of air moving down from the north.
Looks like the south, mainly the coastal area, will continue to have large patches of rain, some heavy, for most of the morning, but should move down and away by this afternoon. Rain in the north has now almost stopped, with significant blue skies and sun.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 23°C 74°F Yesterday max. 33°C 91°F