Sunday, July 25, 2010
I am now predicting that the Saharan Air Mass is going to win and we are going into an indefinite period of very little rainfall. Not good news for agricultural crops that depend on adequate moisture. At this time I do not agree with the forecast of a more active than normal hurricane season. Storms that form, appear to rapidly dissipate. Most of the weather action is taking place along the Pacific coast of Central America and Mexico. Rain that does occur on the Belize side seems to be often due to a backlash from the west or southwest. But the good news is that the chance of severe flooding seems remote, until October at least.