Feb. 4, 2022: Good morning, Roatan! I start out with an image of the snowpack in the US. You will notice how far south in Texas the snowstorm reached, even getting into northern Mexico. I post this because this same system is going to stall out just to our north, but very briefly — Saturday night and early Sunday morning — we should get a cool north breeze from these winds. I still don’t think it will be quite as cold as last weekend, but we could be down in the low 70s (22-23C) during the day and around 70 (21C) Sunday morning.
Today winds should get a bit calmer, to around 10-15 mph, mostly from the east but the direction may vary.
Tomorrow our winds will turn to the north, but will be very light. Best rain chance tomorrow is in the afternoon and overnight. Sunday there is a good chance of rain, especially in the morning. We may have a brief period where the north winds get up around 10-15 mph, but we shouldn’t have the strong winds we had last weekend. Seas on the north side should be around two feet.
Monday looks dry, but after that we will have small daily rain chances that get better toward the end of the week. Winds should be fairly calm next week as well. Have a great Friday!