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Doppler Radar (Belize Weather Bureau)

Doppler Radar (Belize Weather Bureau)

Doppler Radar
(Belize Weather Bureau)

Monday, May 5, 2014. PATRICK E. JONES Reporting: Belize continues to dry out after a weekend of rain.  The Belize Weather Bureau says that the improving conditions will continue into the week.

The general forecast for Belize and her coastal wasters is for cloudy spells with a few showers or isolated thunderstorms over inland and northern areas of the country this afternoon.

This activity will become isolated tonight and tomorrow morning.  Winds over the open sea and along the coast are northeasterly to easterly at 5 – 15 knots.

The sea state is choppy.

High temperatures this afternoon will peak at 92 degrees Fahrenheit in the countryside, while along the coast, the high temperature will be 87 degrees Fahrenheit.

Tonight, the temperature will fall to 70 degrees Fahrenheit inland, and 75 degrees Fahrenheit along coastal areas.

A high tide is now occurring (1:42 pm). This will be followed by a low tide at 9:30 pm.

The sunset is at 6:14 pm. The sun will rise again at 5:25 am on Tuesday.

The extended forecast valid through to Wednesday afternoon is for good weather with only isolated showers.

Thanks to forecaster Francisca Wellington at the Belize Weather Bureau for today’s weather report.

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