Dec. 20, 2021

Dec. 20, 2021: This morning we have some high clouds, but mostly sunny skies across our islands. If you are from North America, we are about to experience a cold front similar to the ones we are used to, where the rain is mostly concentrated right along the front and therefore the rain event is pretty short-lived.
Today we will have mostly sunny skies with east winds 10-15 mph and seas at 2 feet (.6 meters). Tomorrow we will have increasing clouds and scattered showers with winds turning to the west then northwest at 10-15 mph and seas at 2 feet. Wednesday the front should come through between 6 a.m. and noon and rain could be heavy along the front. As it passes, we will have north winds in the 20-25 mph range and seas on the north side could get up to 6 feet (2 meters) so be careful on the seas. After Wednesday the weather looks gorgeous. We will likely be in for an extended period of dry weather with winds from the north/northeast 5-10 mph and seas at 2-3 feet. We may even feel a little chill in the air for the holiday weekend with lows in the lower 70s and perhaps some upper 60s. Enjoy!

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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