Tuesday, July 15, 2014. PATRICK E. JONES Reporting: The rain clouds have begun to roll away and a dryer airflow is starting to set it.
This means that most fair weather conditions will prevail over the country heading into the second half of the week.
The general forecast for Belize and her coastal waters is for cloudy skies at times with isolated showers or thunderstorms.
Winds over the open sea and along the coast will be easterly at ten to twenty knots. The sea state will be choppy to moderate.
High temperatures today will be around 89 degrees Fahrenheit along the coast; 94 degrees Fahrenheit inland and a comfortable 78 degrees Fahrenheit up in the hills.
Low temperatures tonight will be around 78 degrees Fahrenheit along coastal areas; 74 degrees Fahrenheit inland and a cool 68 degrees Fahrenheit up at the exposed areas of the Mountain Pine Ridge and along the Maya Mountains in the south.
The tides: there will be a high tide at 11:59 am.
A low tide will follow at 6:39 pm and another high tide is at 12:54 am on Wednesday.
The sun will set at 6:31 pm today. It will rise again at 5:27 am on Wednesday.
The extended forecast, valid through to Thursday is for isolated showers or thunderstorms over some areas.
And that is a look at the weather, with information provided by forecaster Francisca Wellington at the Belize Weather Bureau.
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