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Belize Weather: Uptick in showers entering weekend

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Posted: Friday, February 17, 2023. 8:50 am CST.

By Breaking Belize News Staff: The National Meteorological Service forecasts mostly sunny skies today becoming cloudy at times tonight. Showers will be isolated this morning but a few more will develop over some coastal and Southern areas tonight.

High temperatures reach 84 degrees Fahrenheit along the coast, 88 degrees in inland areas and 75 degrees in the hills. Tonight’s low temperatures will be 74 degrees along the coast, 68 degrees inland and 63 degrees in the hills.

Winds will be easterly to southeasterly at 10 to 20 knots. Conditions in the open sea will be moderate to rough and a small craft caution remains in effect this morning.

Tides will be high at 8:44 this morning and 7:35 this evening and low at 1:06 this afternoon. The sun sets at five minutes to six this evening and rises at 6:18 Saturday morning.

The outlook for Saturday is for cloudy skies at times with a few showers developing mostly over southern and some coastal areas on Saturday morning and night and isolated elsewhere.

Our thanks to forecaster Crystal Rosalez at the Belize Weather Bureau, Ladyville.

 

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