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 Storm Kirk was centered near latitude 9.1 North, longitude 28.0 West. Kirk was moving W at 18 mph with maximum sustained windsof 40 mph.
-The center of Tropical Depression Eleven was located near latitude 14.5 North, longitude 55.0 West. The depression was moving toward the NW at 6 mph and maximum sustained winds are near 30 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.
MOIST AND UNSTABLE CONDITIONS CONTINUE OVER THE AREA...
CLOUDY SPELLS WITH A FEW SHOWERS OR PERIODS OF RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUING MAINLY OVER THE SOUTH AND COAST THIS MORNING, THEN OVER CENTRAL AND INLAND AREAS THIS AFTERNOON. SHOWERY ACTIVITY WILL INCREASE FURTHER AND AFFECT MOSTLY SOUTHERN AND COATAL AREAS LATE TONIGHT.
East | 5-15 kts
Advisories | Alerts | Watches | Warnings
SMALL CRAFT CAUTION REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR GUSTY WINDS AND LOCALLY ROUGH SEAS NEAR HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. RESIDENTS LIVING IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS IN THE SOUTH, ARE ADVISED TO BE ON THE ALERT FOR THE POSSIBILITY OVER LOCALIZED AND FLASH FLOODING.
A FEW SHOWERS, PERIODS OF RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE AFFECTING SOUTERN AND COASTAL AREAS ON MONDAY AND MONDAY NIGHT, DECREASING.