Winds have accelerated due to the influence of a cold front that is currently located above Central America. Acceleration can be noticeable today and could affect through the middle of the week. Temperatures are also expected to slightly decrease.
Wind can reach up to 45kmh in Guatemala City, while temperatures go as low as 23°C. In the western highlands, thermometers could go as low as 3°C.
Winds guts up to 70kmh can be expected in the Pacific, mainly in Palin, Escuintla and some other canyon areas. Minimum temperatures could reach 17°C, while maximum could reach up to 35°C in the south.
Weather map, NOAA 2018.
The graphic shows the forecast for tomorrow, where the cold front (black line with black triangles) remains in its place, generating wind acceleration in Guatemala.
The ICC is currently monitoring the artic oscillation, which allows cold air mass to separate, which are the ones that generate those cold fronts. All of the information that is analyzed in ICC is verified by official sources like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA (United States) and national official sources such as INSIVUMEH.