The weather around us has been very erratic, with very significant and large ITCZ swellups in Mexico, Guatamala and Honduras, yesterday evening and over night. There are now two hurricanes and two Tropical Storms in the east Pacific, the nearer two probably having a little effect on our weather, may be causing the high level thin cloud from the north and possibly a little mid level from the south. They are talking about a Tropical wave coming in tonight, but I am not seeing any indication of that. But the general air around us is rather unstable and can produce rain any where at almost any time. There has been patches of significant rain on land over night and still patches out at sea.
Looks like today will be sunny, but with significant patches of heavy cloud, particularly central and southern Belize, with the risk of odd patches of rain.
Temperatures in Belmopan :
( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 25°C 76°F Yesterday max. 32°C 90°F