Monday, October 31, 2016

November Weather on Ambergris Caye


Belize Weather for November
Belize's high, dry season runs from November to April (making the low season from May to October). Although temperatures can reach 95 degrees, Tradewinds will keep you feeling cooler.
 Belize is considered sub-tropical -- temperatures range from 50-95F degrees. November thru January are the coolest months, averaging about 75 degrees.
Belize's water temperature averages between 79 and 83 degrees.
November in Belize signals the start of some of the coldest temperatures of the year, although comparatively they are still very warm and rarely drop below the low-80s. Rainfall also increases off the coast along the barrier reef but decreases along the edge of the Maya Mountains. November is an excellent time to enjoy the mild temperatures of Belize while trying to escape the cold winter weather back home.
While this heralds in winter for the people of Belize visitors coming from northern climes find it quite warm and sunny.



Saturday, October 1, 2016

Gray Caribbean Reef Shark at Sandy Point

Belize Weather for October

Belize Weather for October
 Weather in Belize

High on the list of Belize’s many charms is a very comfortable tropical climate with an average yearly temperature of 84° F (29°C). Coastal sea breezes and Belize’s large tracts of jungle and rainforests provide cooling relief even in the hottest summer months while winters can be cool but never very cold. In short, the climate is pretty much near perfect.
Even in winter the temperature in Belize rarely falls below 60°F (16°C), while throughout summer the mercury sits at around 86°F (30°C). Humidity is also fairly consistent at around 85 percent.
With temperatures so consistent year round, Belize has two, rather than four seasons– the wet and the dry.

Northerly breezes bring heavier rainfall, and October temperatures in Belize cool down to a monthly average of 79°F (26°C). Daytime highs of around 84°F (29°C) and lows of 75°F (24°C) are common, as are occasional “Northers”, two or three day storms often centred around the Maya Mountains.