Oct. 24, 2021: No rain the last 24 hours. At 8 a.m. we have some clouds and perhaps some showers east of Guanaja, but they seem to be falling apart.
The week ahead looks dry and windy. It’s TRW (Typical Roatan Weather) but with even lower rain chances. We’ll have winds from the east/southeast 12-17 during the day and 17-22 mph in the evenings, with seas 2-3 (.6 to 1 meter) during the day and perhaps getting up to 4 feet (1.3 meters) in the evening. That should continue until about Friday.
We are now getting good agreement that a cold front should actually pass through. That would mean chances of rain Friday and Saturday. If it passes through, by this time next week our temperatures should be a couple of degrees cooler, but where we would really notice it is in the humidity. Our dewpoints could get down to the mid 60s (17 or so C), which will feel quite comfortable. Have a good Sunday!