Belize Weather Forecast: September 26, 2018
Ambergris Caye: Conditions this morning by Elbert just before or after this post!
Moist and relatively unstable conditions will continue to dominate our weather.
Mostly cloudy. A few showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue mostly over northern and central areas today, decreasing late this afternoon before beginning to affect most areas this evening and tonight, with slightly more activity over the south and sea.
East-Northeast | 5-15 kts, Sea State: Choppy
Sea Surface Temperature (°f): 84
For Thursday and Thursday night is for a few showers and isolated thunderstorms mainly over northern and central areas in the morning, decreasing in the afternoon, then affecting mainly southern and some coastal areas during the night.
Daily Tropical Weather Outlook:
At 3:00 AM Kirk regenerates into a tropical storm. Kirk was centered near latitude 11.8N, longitude 52.7W, or about 470 miles East of Barbados. Kirk was moving to the West at 18mph with maximum sustained winds of 45mph. A weak low pressure system about 100 miles SSW of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina has a low chance of becoming a tropical depression later tonight while it moves northwestwards. Elsewhere, tropical cyclone formation is not expected during the next 48 hours.
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||E-NE 5-15 kts
||A FEW SHOWERS, PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.
||E 10-20 kts
||A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.
||E 5-15 kts
||A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, DECREASING.
||E 5-15 kts
||THURSDAY NIGHT:- A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS, ESPECIALLY OVER THE SOUTH.
The Caribbean Sea
Scattered showers and thunderstorms ahead of a tropical wave that
is approaching the Windward Islands have moved into the far
eastern Caribbean, and are south of 17N east of 64W to across
the Windward Islands. Isolated showers and thunderstorms are
elsewhere over the eastern Caribbean. Instability generated by
the eastern Pacific monsoon trough that protrudes into the far
southwestern Caribbean, along with low-level speed convergence
and to some extent a weak upper low near 12N80W, which is at the
base of an upper trough, has recently resulted in a rapid increase
of scattered showers and thunderstorms within 60 nm of a line
from 09N78W to 12.5N82W to inland the northeast section of
Nicaragua from 13N to 15N between 82W and 85W. Scattered moderate
convection over the interior sections of Honduras and Nicaragua
have just about all diminished. The earlier heaviest part of this
activity has shifted to the western sections of these countries.
Expect fresh to strong winds over the central Caribbean through
midweek, with moderate to fresh winds thereafter through Friday.
|High: 10:49 AM
||Low: 4:50 PM|
|High: 10:53 PM
||Low: 5:15 AM (Thu)|
| Sunrise: 5:42 AM
|| Moonset: 6:56 AM|
|Sunset: 5:45 PM
||Moonrise: 7:09 PM
Four Day Weather Outlook:
For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.
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Climate Prediction Center’s Central America Hazards Outlook
Current Conditions and weather history for Ambergris Caye / San Pedro
Current Caye Caulker Weather Information
Belize National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO)