You can't see that sort of front coming in except from watching the dynamic moving pictures as I do.
Not clear yet, what effect it will have, all sorts of differences happening right now, I would like to think some rain, but presently no such indication.
Present Condition: Mostly sunny.
24hr Forecast: Sunny with cloudy spells and hazy skies this afternoon and tomorrow morning and partly cloudy tonight. No rainfall is expected.
As you can see, temperatures have been through the roof this year. I have seen over 100°F before, on a few years, but usually just once in such a year, here we have 3 in short succession. The red dotted line is the normal. I believe the Smoke all over the Yucatan, Guatamala, Honduras are the main culprit for this extreme hot weather. . . ( 105°F in 2003 was caused by fires and smoke from Guatamala and westerly winds. ) We really need to try to get the Honduranians and Guatamalans to stop so much fires. . . The ground is now very dry as you can see in my Rain graph, the light blue has been at zero for 3 weeks, causing the grass to go brown, even the light green line, deep water is almost at zero, so bushes and trees starting to be effected, many young Mangoes just falling of the trees.
Certainly reduced fires in the Yucatan today, but not Honduras.
Goodness it’s pretty out! Grateful dog walk views. Photo by San Pedro Scoop