March 13, 2022: Good morning Roatan! We actually got a brief shower in Jonesville Point at about 4:30 a.m. as did Politilly, which got .01 of an inch. Today we will have partly to mostly cloudy skies and a decent chance of seeing rain at some point during the day and overnight, though predicted rain totals are still pretty low, from a quarter to a half inch. The norther is stalled off the coast of Belize and Yucatan, testimony to the fact that winter is over. We’ll have east/northeast winds at 10 mph and seas at 2 feet (.6 meters).
Tomorrow whatever rain we get should end early, after which we will have partly cloudy skies and winds from the east at 5-12 mph and seas at 2 feet.
There will be a small chance of rain Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Tuesday winds get back to 15-20 mph from the east and will stay that way until Thursday night/Friday when the super gusty 20-25 mph east winds return for the weekend. After Tuesday morning things look pretty dry for the rest of the week.
Have a great Sunday!