Belize Weather Forecast: May 28, 2019 - 05/28/19 12:06 PM
Belize Weather Forecast: May 28, 2019
The Caribbean Sea
A middle level to upper level trough extends from the Florida Keys, across NW Cuba, across the northern half of Guatemala, into the eastern Pacific Ocean about 150 nm to the south of the Gulf of Tehuantepec of southern Mexico.
The monsoon trough extends from 10N73W in northern Colombia, to 10N80W, and then across and beyond southern sections of Nicaragua, into the eastern Pacific Ocean. Scattered moderate to strong rainshowers are in northern Colombia and NW Venezuela from 07N to 11N between 72W and 75W. Scattered moderate to isolated strong rainshowers are from the coast of Colombia near 08N to 16N between 76W and 81W. Strong rainshowers are reaching the SW corner of Nicaragua and extreme NW Costa Rica. Broken to overcast multilayered clouds, and widely scattered moderate to isolated strong rainshowers, are covering the areas that extend from 18N to 22N between 63W and 81W, including: Jamaica, Cuba, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and surrounding islands and waters.
High pressure north of the area will maintain moderate to locally fresh trade winds across much of the basin through the week. Broad low pressure across Central America and the adjacent eastern Pacific Ocean will generate rainshowers and thunderstorms in much of the western Caribbean Sea through late week. A tropical wave, that is along 57W/58W, will move across the eastern Caribbean Sea today. The wave will move across the central Caribbean Sea from Tuesday night through Wednesday. The wave will be losing its identity after Wednesday.
Four Day Weather Outlook:
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