Gorgeous morning! Awesome photo Elbert!
The whole area is dominated by the high level thin clouds from the SW. The Caribbean winds still diverted up northwards, very little over northern Belize.
Looks like another hot day, with little or no rain, although there could be some swellups this afternoon.
Temperatures in Belmopan: ( Coast usually cooler, hills even cooler )
Last Night 26°C 78°F 33°C 91°F Yesterday Rain 0 mm ( 0")
Over the Caribbean, the combination of dust from the Sahara and sulfur dioxide is already found, which was unleashed by the eruption of the volcano La Suffer.
These combinations already induced, in Cuba and Jamaica, especially Venezuela and Colombia.
From this Tuesday, April 20th will begin to induce over the Yucatán Peninsula and in Central America. This generates deterioration in air quality, especially affecting allergic people or respiratory diseases, so precautions are advised.
In practice, we are unlikely to be able to detect much effect from it. We have, from time to time, seen Sahara dust before. I think it is high humidity which is far more likely to effect allergic people or respiratory problems, than Sahara dust or anything from the volcano. But we can do nothing about them, except perhaps wear a face mask.