A northeasterly airflow is the dominating influence in our weather and will keep conditions nice and cool.
Expect sunny skies with cloudy periods today.
A few showers can be expected especially in the northern part of the country tonight.
Winds are northerly to northeasterly at 5 to 15 knots, producing choppy sea conditions. High temperatures will be in the 80’s today over most areas, peaking at 85 degrees Fahrenheit inland.
Overnight the temperatures will fall to a low of 60 degrees Fahrenheit over the exposed areas of the Mountain Pine Ridge and along the Maya Mountains in the south; but comfortable in other areas with coastal areas expecting a 70 degrees Fahrenheit cooling.
The Friday sun will depart at 5:27 pm and on Saturday, the sunshine starts at 6:22 am. On Saturday, showers will be generally isolated.
Thanks to forecaster Francisca Wellington for the information for this weather summary.
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