Posted: Wednesday, June 30, 2021. 8:32 am CST.
By Aaron Humes: A moist and unstable airflow will continue to dominate our weather, says the National Meteorological Service. For the next 24 hours, skies will be mostly cloudy. A few showers and thunderstorms will develop mainly over northern and coastal areas during day. Tonight, and tomorrow morning, expect some outbreaks of showers, few thunderstorms and periods of rain to affect most areas. A flood watch is in effect. There is the chance for localized flooding over low-lying and flood prone areas.
High temperatures are 84 degrees Fahrenheit along the coast, 86 degrees inland and 80 degrees in the hills. Tonight, expect low temperatures of 77 degrees Fahrenheit along the coast, 72 inland and 68 in the hills.
Winds are east to southeast at 10 to 20 knots; sea state is moderate.
Tides are low as of 8:22 a.m., and will be again at 9:19 this evening. High tide is at 2:12 this afternoon. The sun sets at 6:31 this evening and rises Thursday morning at 5:21.
Thursday and Thursday night will see cloudy skies with some showers and thunderstorms developing over most areas during the day, then gradually decreasing during the night.
Our thanks to forecaster Catherine Cumberbatch at the Belize Weather Bureau, Ladyville.
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