Reported by Don Thompson at location in Belmopan 17'15" N, 88'47" W
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
There is a wind shift line straight through the length of Belize. However there is no significant weather associated with this system except for an increase in the cloud cover and a strengthening in the breeze from the north. The air above Belize is still too dry and stable to produce any significant rainfall. The main band of TPW (water vapour) still lies just south of 10 deg latitude and is becoming more active on the Pacific side than on the Atlantic.