As you can see in the satellite map, we’ve somehow managed to dodge the rain again. This has been a pattern for us when disturbed weather is around. We have another day and a half with this tropical wave. The models really want to give us some rain, especially tonight, so we’ll see if it happens.
Today we’ll have partly to mostly cloudy skies with fairly calm winds at 5-10 mph from the south/southwest during the day, getting a little windier toward nightfall. Seas will be at 2 feet (.6 meters).
Tonight we’ll have the best chance of rain from this system, with east/southeast winds at 20 mph and seas at 3 feet (1 meter). Tomorrow we’ll have about a 30 percent chance of rain and east/northeast winds 7-15 mph and seas at 2-3 feet (.6-1 meter).
Sunday we’ll have a chance of a shower, mostly in the morning and evening. Winds will be shifting around, but getting windier as we get to the evening.
Monday we go back to TRW (Typical Roatan Weather) for the week ahead meaning winds in the 20 mph range, seas at 2-4 feet (.6 to 1.3 meters), and a very small chance of a passing shower.