Belize Weather Forecast: June 25, 2020 - 06/25/20 12:08 PM
Belize Weather Forecast: June 25, 2020
The Caribbean Sea
An upper level low is centered near 18N75W. This low is helping enhance convection between Jamaica and the west coast of Haiti. GOES-16 satellite imagery shows Saharan dust continues across the Caribbean Sea. The densest areas of dust are west of 70W, where the dust is helping to bring hazy conditions. The dry and stable air mass that accompanies the dust it is helping to suppress precipitation across much of the Caribbean Sea. The dust is less dense east of 70W. Over these waters, there is enough moisture to support isolated low topped tradewind showers. Strong to near gale force winds prevail across the south central Caribbean. Fresh to strong winds prevail over the Gulf of Honduras, as well as the Windward Passage. Moderate to fresh winds prevail across the remainder of the Caribbean waters.
Fresh to strong trades will prevail across the south central Caribbean through Sun. Winds will pulse to near gale force off the coast of Colombia each night through Sun night with seas building to 11 or 12 ft during the strongest winds. Fresh to strong winds are expected to continue across the Gulf of Honduras through Sun.
Four Day Weather Outlook:
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