Belize Weather Forecast: January 21, 2020 - 01/21/20 11:56 AM
Belize Weather Forecast: January 21, 2020
The Caribbean Sea
An Atlantic Ocean cold front cuts across NW Cuba, into the NW corner of the Caribbean Sea, and into the Yucatan Peninsula. Precipitation: rainshowers are possible from 13N northward from 75W westward.
The GFS model for 250 mb shows upper level anticyclonic wind flow with a ridge, that spans the entire area. The GFS model for 500 mb shows a trough extending from NW Cuba, across Jamaica, to the coast of Colombia near 10N76W. The GFS model for 700 mb shows a cyclonic circulation center that is about 180 nm to the south of Jamaica.
A surface trough reaches the northern sections of Colombia, from the eastern Pacific Ocean. Precipitation: multilayered moisture and rainshowers are from 12N southward from 76W westward, and in parts of Panama and Costa Rica.
Long-period north swell will continue to result in very large seas and hazardous marine conditions, across the Tropical North Atlantic, and in the Atlantic Ocean, facing parts of the Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico through Tuesday night, before gradually diminishing into mid-week. A NW Caribbean Sea cold front will reach from eastern Cuba to the northern coast of Honduras by Tuesday evening, bringing strong north winds and higher seas.
Four Day Weather Outlook:
For more information, check the Daily Tropical Weather Outlook.