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Sep 3, 2020

A Forecast for Belize Post Hurricane Nana

While Hurricane Nana passed over Belize within couple hours and downgraded to a tropical storm as it moved over Guatemala, the National Met Service advises that communities, particularly in the south, should exercise caution as there is a flood warning.  Meteorologist Shanea Young shares what the weather conditions are expected to be like over the next few days.


Shanea Young

Shanea Young, Meteorologist

“Right now yes we currently have a flood warning for the south and that will continue for the south and that will continue for the remainder of today. In terms of the forecast, we are going for a few showers and isolated thunder storms particularly in the south and it should gradually decrease this afternoon and a slight increase is expected later tonight along the south again and along some coastal areas into tomorrow morning. For tomorrow, most shower activities so far suggesting to be inland with a slight increase going into the weekend. Because even though the hurricane and now a tropical storm has passed over the country there is a lot of moisture that is lingering over the area and with heating during the day today some isolated thunderstorms are still possible especially over the southern areas of the country. So, for the next few days the conditions will remain relatively moist over the areas so showers from the passage of the system is still expected especially over the central and southern parts of the country.”

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