Tropical Weather Outlook
  • Mon, Jun 05, 2017 — Tropical cyclone formation is not expected in the North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea or Gulf of Mexico.

Hurricane Tips
  • Fill sinks, bathtub and large containers with water as an extra supply for washing and flushing.
  • During the hurricane season, fisher folks are strongly advised to stay informed via radio, listen to the weather bulletin before venturing out to sea. Move your boat to safe harbor early.
  • Prepare your car in case of evacuation. Fill your tank and check your tires.
  • Upon alert, farmers should harvest crops which can be stored, consumed and sold.

SKIES WERE   CLOUDY  ACROSS THE COUNTRY LAST NIGHT .   RADAR IMAGES SHOWED  A FEW SHOWERS  OVER THE COROZAL DISTRICT.   WATER VAPOR LOOP SHOWED MOISTURE OVER SOUTHERN  MEXICO,  THE GULF, PARTS OF CENTRAL AMERICA, THE EASTERN PACIFIC AND OVER THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN. 

AT UPPER LEVELS, RIDGING SUPPORTED  W/NW'LY WINDS. THE PATTERN WAS UNSTABLE.  AT 700MB, CONDITIONS WERE MOIST  AND THE FLOW WAS SE'LY.  AT 800MB, CONDITONS WERE MOIST  AND THE FLOW WAS SE'LY. THE  06Z SURFACE CHART (NHC) SHOWED A 1008MB LOW CENTER OVER THE BAY OF CAMPECHE. ANOTHER LOW CENTER 1003MB WAS OBSERVED WITH TROUGHING EXTENDING BOTH NORTH AND SOUTH OVER NORTHERN MEXICO, WHILE A 999MB LOW CENTER WAS OVER THE CENTRAL WEST COAST OF MEXICO.  TROPICAL WAVES WERE SEEN NEAR 102W,  75W, 55W AND 45W. THE ATLANTIC HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE SUPPORTED A MODERATE  E-SE'LY FLOW ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN BASIN INCLUDING BELIZE.  MIMIC SHOWED PWAT AMOUNTS BETWEEN 50-60 MM JUST EAST AND OVER BELIZE. THE 12Z SOUNDING DATA SHOWS PWAT'S VALUE TO BE 64.28, KINX'S; 34.90 AND CAPE'S; 2978.

 

BASED ON GFS 00Z MODEL RUN, DURING THE NEXT 24-48HRS, WINDS ALOFT WILL BACK TO THE SW. THE  PATTERN WILL REMAIN DIVERGENT.  AT 700MB, MOISTURE  WILL  RMAIN HIGH AROUND THE COUNTRY, WHILE  THE FLOW WILL VEER TO THE NW DUE TO THE PASSAGE OF A TROUGH FROM THE WEST.  AT 850MB, MOISTURE WILL FLUCTUATE AROUND THE COUNTRY AND THE FLOW WILL ALSO VEER TO THE NW.  AT THE SURFACE THE FLOW WILL PERSIST FROM THE E-SE AND REMAIN MODERATE.

GFS SHOWS .01-.10-.2-.50IN/3HRS, WITH THE PEAK OVER INLAND AREAS. NAM INITIALLY SHOWS 0-.01IN/3HRS THEN DRIES OUT.  

SUNNY WITH CLOUDY SPELLS TODAY AND CLOUDY AT TIMES TONIGHT. SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE GENERALLY ISOLATED THIS MORNING AND TONIGHT THEN A FEW WILL DEVELOP OVER INLAND AND SOUTHERN AREAS AREAS THIS AFTERNOON.
A SIMILAR TREND WILL FOLLOW ON TUESDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT.
Winds Seas Waves
East-Southeast | 10-20 kts Moderate 4-6 ft

Forecaster: Wellington, Francisca

Last Updated: Mon, Jun 05, 2017 | 12:00 AM