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San Pedro Residents Prepare to Face Lisa

Meanwhile, over in San Pedro, while the vast majority of residents decided to battle it out on the island, Mayor Gualberto Nunez told News Five today that they were not [...]

Almost Two Thousand Islanders Evacuate to the Mainland in Preparation for Hurricane Lisa

It’s aiming for Belize at fifteen miles per hour and is expected to approach the coast by sundown on Wednesday. As of today, however, there were people leaving the islands [...]

The Indigent Population Has a Hard Time Preparing for Lisa

All eyes remain fixed on Tropical Storm Lisa as it is set to pass over Belize tomorrow evening.  Many who are in the projected path of the weather system have [...]

Secure Your Pets If You Leave or Stay for the Hurricane

And while everyone’s best effort is to save life and property, pets are not to be forgotten. Board member of the Belize City Animal Aid, Michelle Rudon reminded us that [...]

NEMO Highly Recommends You Remain in Place on Wednesday

And, the National Emergency Management Organization is highly recommending that residents remain in place and hunker down throughout Wednesday. According to Defour, major catastrophes could occur if there is too [...]

Hazards to Expect During a Category One Hurricane

A weather system with the strength that Lisa will bring along with it is expected to cause damage to some trees, lamp posts, roofs and weaker structures. It is also [...]

Evacuees Came By Boats and Planes and Went Inland by Busloads

They came by plane and boat from the islands. From before the workday started at eight a.m., water taxi tenders and commercial flights were leaving San Pedro and Caye Caulker, [...]

Hurricane Watch for Entire Coast of Belize

As early as one o’clock this afternoon, exactly two hours after a live joint press conference from the National Emergency Management Organization and the National Meteorological Service, a hurricane watch [...]

Potential Impacts of Impending Storm

Rainfall is expected to begin on Wednesday evening and continues into Thursday. With certain areas already saturated from the recent flooding, coastal flooding is inevitable. While the exact location where [...]

NEMO Fully Activated Countrywide

NEMO’s National Disaster Coordinator Shelton Defour says that they had been monitoring the system from last Wednesday and since the weekend; the island town of San Pedro and Caye Caulker [...]

Belize City Prepares for TS Lisa; CEMO is Ready

In Belize City, a disaster preparedness plan has also been put in place by the City Emergency Management Organization to ensure the safety of residents during the passage of Tropical [...]

Evacuation Routes for Belize City are Identified

Various routes have been identified for residents of the city, as well as persons seeking refuge from the islands, to find shelter elsewhere. While there are essentially two entrances to [...]

Damages to Structures, Trees; Water & Electrical Disruption

All indications are that Tropical Storm Lisa will intensify to become a category one hurricane by landfall. Modules just before news time are suggesting a possible landfall north of Gales [...]

Classes Cancelled Until Further Notice

It was a normal school day across the country today; however, classes for all schools will be suspended starting Tuesday, November first until further notice. That was an announcement made [...]

Police Department Prepares For Impact of TS Lisa

We also spoke with Commissioner of Police Chester Williams about the department’s preparations ahead of TS Lisa making landfall. Here is what he told us earlier today at an event [...]

Tropical Storm Julia Barrels West Towards Nicaragua

Brace yourself for the effects of Tropical Storm Julia. The weather system is expected to make landfall in Nicaragua on Sunday morning, as a category one hurricane. TS 13 is [...]

Impact of TS Julia to be Heavily Felt in Southern Belize

Direct landfall from Tropical Storm Julia is not expected in Belize. And while tropical storm or hurricane conditions are unlikely to affect the country, the system will produce heavy rainfall [...]

King Tides to Make Matters Worse for Belize City

Current weather conditions are already affecting the country with a total of one to two inches of rainfall today. There will be an additional one to two inches of rainfall [...]

NEMO Monitoring P.T.C -13’s Projected Path to Central America

The National Meteorological Service of Belize and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) is monitoring a potential tropical cyclone located just north of Venezuela. Referred to as P.T.C 13, the [...]

Met Service Monitors Developing Weather System in Caribbean Sea

The National Meteorological Service is keeping a close eye on a low pressure system that has developed just off the coast of South America, in the eastern Caribbean Sea.  While [...]

Will the Developing Weather Make Its Way to Belize?

According to the Chief Met Officer, while they are better able to predict the movement of the system, meteorologists have not been able to calculate the intensity of the weather [...]

Belize Red Cross Prepares to Respond to Community Disasters

At the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, the Belize Red Cross is preparing its volunteers for emergency response. Over the last month, the Belize Red Cross has been hosting [...]

Belizean Student in Jacksonville, Florida Brace for Hurricane Ian Impact

Hurricane Ian picked up strength overnight off the coast of West Florida. It made landfall near Cayo Costa, Florida this morning as a category four hurricane with maximum sustained winds [...]

Hurricane Ian Claims Two Lives in Cuba, Leaves Entire Country without Power

In Cuba, millions are left without electricity after Hurricane Ian made landfall there on Tuesday, with heavy rains and winds of up to one hundred and twenty-five miles per hour. [...]

No Heavy Rains, but Belama Phase 3 is Still Under Water

Flooding in Belama Phase Three has been a perennial issue for residents and business owners in that community.  While it hasn’t been raining incessantly, the area is still submerged and [...]