Oct. 10, 2022: Good morning Roatan!. Tropical Storm Julia was an incredible storm. She gave birth to twins. The storms the she created over us yesterday may become another tropical storm after it passes over Yucatan. It should have no affect on our weather.
The remnants of Julia should continue off the Pacific coast of Mexico. This also will have no affect on our weather.
This is the satellite image this morning. Central America tore Julia in two. This morning it is still giving us brisk winds of 20-25 mph from the east and seas of 5 feet. Yesterday we had seas of 5-7 feet and maybe higher as the squalls passed.
Today, we will continue to have east winds 20-25 mph and seas at 5 feet. Skies will be partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of rain, especially in the evening. Tonight, winds will calm a bit to 15 mph and seas to 3 feet.
Tomorrow will be partly cloudy with only a 20 percent chance of a shower. Winds will be 13-17 mph and seas 3-4 feet.
Wednesday should continue mostly dry with east/southeast winds 7-15 mph and seas at 2-3 feet.
Thursday winds and seas get much calmer and the rain chance gets a little better, especially this weekend. Have a great week!