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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

#HURRICANEEARL--Cone of Probability--DISPLACEMENT VARIABLES, BELIZE

TO YESENIA
FROM HECTOR
SUBJ  NEW DISPLACEMENT 3D ANALYSIS--


(IXTLAN BUREAU)-- 
Following parameters in cone--
Spot Shape=26.2 degrees;
Falloff, Inverse Square Distance= 31.480



08/03/16--1800CST--
NEMO hereby informs that Hurricane Earl was centered near Latitude 17.1°N, Longitude 86.0°W or about 103 miles east-southeast of Half Moon Caye, 141 miles east-southeast of San Pedro Ambergris Caye, 147 miles east of Dangriga, 150 miles east-southeast of Belize City, 181 miles east-southeast of Corozal Town, and 198 miles east of Punta Gorda Town.


DIST TO ALL FWD UNITS--

#HURRICANEEARL--Cone of Probability---CATEGORY ONE--

#HURRICANEEARL--Category One--CONE OF PROBABILITY--
TO HECTOR FROM YESENIA SUBJ EL CHAPO---


(CAVERN)-- Following a 3d probability plot , cone, Earl, Category 1...





FOLLOWUP ASAP--A/BATHYLAB--  YESENIA...

#HURRICANEEARL-- Warning Advisory 9--NEMO-BELIZE--EMERGENCY NET--

#HURRICANEEARL--Nemo Bulletin-- ADVISORY # 9 BELIZE
TO HECTOR
FROM  YESENIA
SUBJ  INCOMING SYSTEM, CARIBBEAN--

(PEACEEYE CAFE)--   Following bulletin is latest from E-Management--




HURRICANE WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE COAST OF BELIZE
NEMO hereby informs that Hurricane Earl was centered near Latitude 17.1°N, Longitude 86.0°W or about 103 miles east-southeast of Half Moon Caye, 141 miles east-southeast of San Pedro Ambergris Caye, 147 miles east of Dangriga, 150 miles east-southeast of Belize City, 181 miles east-southeast of Corozal Town, and 198 miles east of Punta Gorda Town.
Maximum sustained winds are near 75 mph with higher gusts.   Earl is moving westward near 14 mph and some decrease in forward speed is expected during the next 24 hours. On this track, Earl will MAKE landfall in Belize tonight or early Thursday morning.    Earl will produce rainfall of8-12 inches over Belize with possible higher amounts.   These rains could cause flash floods and mud slides especially over higher terrain.   For coastal areas, there is also a risk for flooding, especially in low lying areas.
The predicted path/impact areas HAVE CHANGED to north of Belize City.  It will move over Half moon caye;  Long Caye; Middle Caye; Long Caye Turneffe. The main impact zone now seems to be shifting to Belize River Valley area villages such as Willows Bank; Rancho Dolores; Isabella Bank; Double Head Cabbage; and villages in southern Orange Walk such as Guinea Grass, Chang August Pine ridge San Felipe, Indian Church and parts of Corozal to a lesser extent.



REF TO PHELPS, ENN--FROM "HECTOR"---

#HURRICANEEARL--Hydromet Radar Loop--BELIZE METEO NET--

HURRICANE EARL--Belize Radar Loop--HYDROMET NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
TO HECTOR FROM HAYES SUBJ INCOMING WEATHER




(POINT SUR)--  Following loop located


http://www.hydromet.gov.bz/250-km-radar-loop










24hr Forecast:OVERCAST WITH SEVERAL PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN, SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OVER MOST AREAS THIS AFTERNOON, WITH RAIN BECOMING CONTINUOUS TONIGHT. RAIN AND WIND WILL GRADUALLY DECREASE TOMORROW MORNING. 
Winds:NORTH 10-20 KNOTS WITH HIGHER GUSTS, INCREASING TO TROPICAL STORM FORCE TONIGHT
Sea State:ROUGH WITH LARGE SWELLS, BECOMING EXTREMELY ROUGH TONIGHT
Advisories/ Alerts/ Watches/ Warnings:**A HURRICANE WARNING IS IN EFFECT FOR THE COAST OF BELIZE**
**ALL MARINE VESSELS ARE ADVISED TO REMAIN IN SAFE HARBOUR**