Sept. 8, 2021

Sept. 8, 2021: For the second time in two weeks, we may have a tropical wave pass over our heads and not give us much rain. At least that is what the models are predicting. This video is the European model of total rainfall into Saturday night, and you can see that it barely gives us half an inch and leaves a rain hole over Guanaja. These things aren’t exact, so we’ll have a shot at some rain, but I wouldn’t hold my breath. And, sadly, the forecast is even drier after this weekend.

Today we’ll have TRW (Typical Roatan Weather) with east winds 15-20 mph and 3-foot (1 meter) seas during the day, 20-25 mph and 4-foot seas (1.3 meters) at night.

Tomorrow, the best chance of rain is in the evening with typical winds and seas.

The rain chance continues overnight Thursday into Friday. On Friday the winds should be a bit calmer at 10-15 mph, though the winds return Friday evening. The weekend looks a bit windier than normal with only a small chance of an evening shower. Have a great Wednesday!

Published by Roatan Weather Guy

I'm a native of Columbus, Ga., but lived from 2003-2019 in Lawton, Oklahoma. I've always been a weather geek and now I get to live the dream on an island that doesn't have a good weather forecast system.

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