On NHC the weather advice an update on Amanda late yesterday. It weakened yesterday to a maximum wind forty miles per hour wind.
But what will happen in the future days? Well on the look at the Pacific ocean on Friday Morning (today) where there is a disturbance. It was formed few hundred miles southeastern of Mexico.
It is a low organized activity, environment conditions will produced for changing development will form during the next few days as it moves toward the Northward occurring over Panama and westward of Columbia. The cyclone has a small chance to become a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours. In the next five days it has a medium chance for development.
There will be rain this weekend as the development drifts over Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, Belize, Central America as a low pressure system. As the days come their will systems forming on the over the Caribbean by next week. As the Caribbean and the elsewhere are preparing for Hurricane season it is now the time to start looking at weather closely.
The hurricane season named for 2014 are Arthur, Berta, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo, Hannah, Isaias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana, Omar, Paulette, Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky, Wilfred.
For El Nino Will be active during summer and Fall. So everyone keep an update of the future forecast.
Here are some few tips after a Hurricane
- remain at home or shelter
- beware of lose wires
- stay away from danger or disaster areas, building and flooded areas
- take extra fire precaution
- report broken sewers and min to the Belize Water Services Ltd.
- check refrigerated food for spoilage.
- drive carefully roads may have been substantially weakened.
listen to the radio for information about:
- places to go receive relief aid and shelter
- where to go for emergency aid shelter, food and cloths.
Are you ready for a Hurricane season?
Watch- Conditions are possible, usually within 36 hours.
Warning- Hurricane conditions are expected, usually within 24 hours.
Do not listen to rumors! Stay at home if you know if you deem safe. If not, go to a safer place of refuge, such as designated shelter.