Reported by Don Thompson at location in Belmopan 17'15" N, 88'47" W
Saturday, April 19, 2014
There has been an increase in moisture overnight with a trace of rain from low clouds just before sunrise. The water vapour (TPW) pattern in the Caribbean is beginning to look more complex with some moisture streaming north of 10 degrees latitude. The solar wind this morning was 486 kms which is fairly high considering the lack of any large coronal hole. Plus it is now 6 days after the full moon which is normally a time of potential rainfall. This increase in moisture may just be temporary and the dry weather should continue at least until a week after the next New Moon.