Monday, September 27, 2010

A 1003 mb low just off northern Belize this evening, generated a moderate thunder shower which covered an area from Belmopan to northern Belize. This system did not produce much rainfall, maybe only 12mm.

By 9PM local time the storm cell had dissipated. However, shortly after 9PM the system re-developed and rain continued for most of the night. By the next morning I measured about 40mm of rainfall. This low pressure was probably connected with tropical depression 16 which was soon to become tropical storm NICOLE.

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