For this week, humidity will be entering the country from both oceans, Pacific and Atlantic. This will allow rains and light drizzles with electric activity to occur. Those events can mostly happen in the afternoons, and have more possibilities to occur in the middle of the week.
Guatemala City can expect fog in the first hours of the morning, and then the day will be partly cloudy alternating with scattered clouds. The conditions will be warm during the day, cold at night and early mornings. Wind will be light and variable. The maximum temperatures that can be registered could be between 26°C and 28°C; minimum temperatures could be between 12°C to 14°C. In the Central and Western Highlands, the range of temperatures could be between 24°C to 30°C, and minimums between 3°C and 5°C.
The Pacific region will show some clouds in the mornings, smoke in the afternoons and short rains. Wind will be light and from the south east. Maximum temperatures will be between the 33°C and 35°C range, and minimums between 16°C and 18°C.
With information from the Meteorological briefing INSIVUMEH, 02/20/2017.
Picture: NOAA’s satellite image shows in brown-pink the mass of cold and dry air that is above the Central American territories. Clouds are also shown in white.