A rather complex weather in our part of the world right now, two streams of high level cloud from the Pacific, a fast one over Panama and Nicaragua. A slower one over north Mexico into the southern US, above a broad stream of cold low level air coming down from the US and causing a significant swirl to the east of Florida. This broad cold air is not a bubble like the more typical, bur continuous flow southwards over Mexico, Yucatan, Guatamala, Honduras, and into the Pacific.
The net effect for us is cold air coming down from the North with near cloud free skies over most of Belize, just a little cloud from the west in the west.
Looks like much of today will be sunny, some cloud developing at times, later, no rain expected.
Temperatures in Belmopan : ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last night min. 18°C 64°F Yesterday max. 25°C 77°F Yesterday Rain 0.1 mm ( 0" )