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- TD 14
  • By Diane Campbell <dcampbellbz at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Oct 2018 08:21:19 -0600
On Ambergris Caye …… TD 14 didn’t bring much of any rain to us yesterday and 
nothing yet this morning.
The depression is affecting the wind-direction - giving us breeze from the 
northwest and leaving the eastern shoreline in the lee of the winds.  This wind 
direction and current seems to have carried away some of the sargassum.  
Dark gray skies.  Cool temps.
Predictions are that some of the big rain-blob will arrive here this afternoon?




- All good in Belize
  • By Diane Campbell <dcampbellbz at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2018 05:55:17 -0600
Quick note from Belize.  Other than suffering from a surfeit of sargassum, the 
sea is fine here and weather has been excellent.
We are aware of the uptick in storm activity in the Atlantic and are watching 
Isaac closely as it stays tucked down low and approaches the doorway to the 
Caribbean.  
We are concerned for the good people in the path of Florence (looks really bad 
unfortunately) and Isaac - and those in Hawaii with yet another typhoon headed 
into that neighborhood.
Crazy that three tropical cyclones will be impacting three different locations 
on or about the same day.  Wild Wednesday and Trashing Thursday approach.



- Rains arrived
  • By Diane Campbell <dcampbellbz at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 9 Aug 2018 06:40:15 -0600
Good day tropical neighbors!
Yesterday the weather in offshore Northern Belize changed and last night it 
settled into a full-on rumbly thundery rainy event.
Welcome respite from the heat and a “rainy season” that wasn’t very wet.
Cool temps - strong breeze.  A nice change of pace for a day.

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