Belize Weather Forecast: February 24, 2020 - 02/24/20 11:56 AM
Belize Weather Forecast: February 24, 2020
The Caribbean Sea
A cold front passes through 22N60W in the Atlantic Ocean, to 20N64W, across NW Puerto Rico, through the Mona Passage, to the southern coastal waters of Hispaniola, and Haiti, near 17N74W. Precipitation: Broken to overcast multilayered clouds and possible rainshowers are within 120 nm on either side of the front, and from 20N to 23N between 70W and 77W, between Cuba and the Bahamas.
A surface trough is along 14N78W 17N83W 19N88W, from 220 nm to the south of Jamaica, to the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Precipitation: broken to overcast multilayered clouds and possible rainshowers are from 15N northward from 75W westward.
A second surface trough, is in the easternmost part of the Caribbean Sea, along 61W/62W from 10N to 20N. Precipitation: broken to overcast multilayered clouds and possible rainshowers are from 16N southward between 58W and 67W. Isolated moderate rainshowers are in the Atlantic Ocean, within 30 nm on either side of 21N56W 18N58W.
Strong NE-to-E winds will pulse each night off the coast of Colombia into the weekend. The current cold front, will become stationary, and dissipate with time, today and tonight. Fresh to strong E to NE winds are expected in the lees of Cuba and Hispaniola, and in the Windward Passage into Tuesday, to the NW of the current frontal boundary. A cold front will enter the NW Caribbean Sea on Wednesday evening. The front will stretch from central Cuba to Honduras by Thursday night. The cold front will move toward the central Caribbean Sea, while weakening, into the weekend. Fresh to strong N winds are expected behind this front.
Four Day Weather Outlook:
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