Residents living in flood-prone areas in the south are advised to be on the alert for the possibility of localized and flash flooding.
Tropical Weather Outlook
AT 3 AM:
-Tropical Depression Kirk was centered near latitude 9.5 North, longitude 37.4 West. Kirk was moving W at 24 mph with maximum sustained windsof 35 mph.
- Subtropical Storm Leslie was near 32.6N 48.6 W. It was moving S at 6 mph with maximum winds of 40 mph.
-NO THREAT TO BELIZE AT THIS TIME. Elsewhere, tropical cyclone formation is not expected during the next 48 hours.
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.
RELATIVELY MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS PREVAIL...
SUNNY WITH CLOUDY SPELLS TODAY AND CLOUDY PERIODS TONIGHT. SOME SHOWERS, PERIODS OF RAIN AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS WILL AFFECT THE SOUTH AND COAST THIS MORNING AND THEN A FEW WILL AFFECT INLAND AREAS THIS AFTERNOON AND THE SOUTH AND COAST TONIGHT.
East | 5-15 kts
Advisories | Alerts | Watches | Warnings
FLOOD ALERT REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR NFLOOD PRONE AREAS, ESPECIALLY THE SOUTH.
A FEW SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL AFFECT THE SOUTH AND COAST TUES MORNING AND NIGHT AND INLAND AREAS IN THE AFTERNOON.