Belize Weather Forecast: July 15, 2021
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Present Condition: Partly cloudy this morning, less so in the north. Clear skies and windy in San Pedro. Generally fair weather prevails.
Advisories: A flood warning is in effect for flooding in low lying and flood prone areas in the southern districts.
Sunny with cloudy spells today and partly cloudy skies tonight. showers will be isolated.
Winds: E-NE, 5-15 kts
Waves: 3-5 ft
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 85
For Friday and Friday night is for isolated showers.
Sargassum Forecast from July 7 to July 14:
There is a medium to high chance of new sargassum mats landing on beaches across the country during the next few days. San Pedro has a high probability and a moderate impact.
Tropical Weather Outlook:
Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico within the next 48 hours.
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The Caribbean Sea
An upper level trough extends from the Atlantic Ocean, across
Hispaniola into the south-central Caribbean. Dry, subsident
northerly flow aloft is suppressing showers and thunderstorms
across much of the central and western Caribbean Sea. Shallow
moisture embedded in the trade wind flow supports scattered
showers over Jamaica adjacent waters.
High pressure north of the region is supporting fresh to strong
trade winds in the south-central Caribbean with seas to 9 ft.
These winds will prevail through Fri and then increase in areal
coverage, reaching Hispaniola adjacent waters Fri night through
Mon night. Moderate to locally fresh winds will pulse at night in
the lee of Cuba and in the Windward Passage through Sun night.
|Low: 7:22 AM
||High: 1:33 PM|
|Low: 8:13 PM
||High: 2:31 AM (Fri)|
| Sunrise: 5:26 AM
|| Moonrise: 10:24 AM|
|Sunset: 6:30 PM
||Moonset: 10:53 PM
Four Day Weather Outlook:
For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.
Climate Prediction Center’s Central America Hazards Outlook
Belize National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)
Philip S W Goldson International Airport:
For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico:
There are no organized systems in the Atlantic basin at this time. While there are a few tropical waves crossing the basin, tropical development is not anticipated through at least early next week, mainly due to a broad area of Saharan dust over much of the Atlantic basin.
A non-tropical low pressure system has developed a few hundred miles northeast of Bermuda. Tropical development is not expected to occur with this feature over the next few days.
Later this week and weekend, a broad upper-air low pressure system will stall over the southwestern Atlantic. While this area will be monitored for signs of tropical or subtropical development, computer guidance continues to suggest development will not occur. Still, these are the kinds of systems that can very quickly go from nothing to an organized tropical or subtropical feature in just a short time.
For further information on tropical conditions, check the daily Tropical Weather Outlook, click here.