Sept. 23, 2021: Good morning, Roatan! Looks like we are in a cycle where we are getting more scattered showers. That’s a good thing to keep the dust down, as we get ready for the rainy season. we had almost a tenth of an inch this morning about 7 a.m. on Lucy Point. The same rain cloud dropped just .01 of an inch on First Bight and Coral View, but gave Sandy Bay a third of an inch. Joe Byrne reported a quarter of an inch in Punta Blanca last night.
We will continue to see partly cloudy skies and scattered showers today and tonight, with east winds 5-10 mph and seas at 1 foot (.3 meters). Tomorrow will be very similar to today.
Saturday winds should start to pick up a little bit, and Sunday they should be back in the normal range of 12-17 mph with seas at 2 feet (.6 meters). Saturday night into Sunday looks like a good chance of rain for everybody. Have a great Thursday!