guide is divided into 2 sections. This section,
describes computer settings, the navigation buttons and
The second section is a step-by-step guide on how
I use this site to monitor Boquete District
web site is best viewed with a screen resolution setting of 1024x768
or greater. I personally use a setting of 1080x1024. Weather information
is heavy with graphics requiring a good detailed view. Of course,
the faster your internet server connection, the better.
For information on
set your screen resolution follow this link.
Blue Round Bottons
the top of the page on the header photo above the navigation
bar are two useful
blue round buttons. The round button with the
"C" on it brings up a small window with a conversion
Metric to English measures. There is also a link that will take you
to a NOAA web page with a more comprehensive
The button with the "T" on it brings up a small window
with the current
times. This is useful when checking the last update of weather
of the Navigation Bar and Associated Pages
always links you back to the Boqueteweather.com Home page.
links you to this Guide page describing all the buttons and
pages of the web site. At the top of this page is a link to
how I use this web site which explains
my way of monitoring the Boquete District weather via this web
button takes you to the Quick Boquete Weather page where all the
essentials for monitoring Boquete Weather are displayed on one
page. There is a navigation menu at the right top. The page
starts with the local readings from the
Palmira Arriba Station (click on this display to see the Stations
Weather Underground presentation which also includes archived
station data). Several Panama Station Banners follow (click on
see more details about any particular station at the Weather
Underground web site). Next is the latest Infrared satellite image,
a satellite wind image,
the latest Tropical Discussion. This page has all the basics
for quickly monitoring weather conditions in the Boquete area.
section provides links to an article discussing the weather, seasons
and climate of the Boquete area and to more specific
data. The article is a nontechnical but comprehensive discussion
of the basic
and climate in the Boquete District and gives the reader an understanding
of the weather in Boquete. There are many links in the article
for more in-depth information. The climate data links provide data
for the Boquete area since 2007 and the long
term regional data available for
David, Bocas del Toro and Los Naranjos (a subdistrict of Boquete).
takes you to a variety of links regarding current Atlantic,
Caribbean and eastern Pacific tropical weather that can potentially
Boquete District. The latest Caribbean Tropical Synoptic Chart
is displayed, followed by the latest Tropical Discussion from
the U.S.A. National Hurricane Center. The tropical page continues
with links to Satellite analysis
of the current position of the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone.
Links on how to read synoptic charts are at the bottom of the
page. There is a link to the Weather
Tropical Section, an excellent commercial weather web site with
the latest tropical storm information, blogs and many useful links.
section includes the latest visible, infrared, vapor and wind satellite
images. Clicking on the small images enlarges them for more detailed
views. There is the latest Caribbean Atlantic Ocean Temperature
image and a link to an impressive graphic view of the
entire World Ocean Temperatures. This is followed by links to various
first of these links is to one of the best NOAA Infrared Satellite
Loop image sites on the internet for viewing the movement of cloud
systems in the Atlantic Caribbean region. This loop takes a bit
of time to download
is well worth
of interactive features that you can select to add useful overlays.
button links to a list of the current reliable WeatherHawk Stations (Boquete and Portrerillos). These stations also provide data to the Weather Underground where you can check archived data. There are Weather Underground banners for two
Stations (David and Tocumen). There is a link to a comparison of the current weather data at the Boquete and Portrerillos stations. You can get more information about the Weather Stations
on the small station photos. You can link to the various
Stations to check current weather data. Make sure you check the
date of the last updates and the status of the stations before
relying upon the data. There is a link to Panama's Government funded
service forecasts at Hidrometeorologia Republica de Panama.
link takes you to a list of the most important links related to
Earthquakes and Volcanoes. You can check on the details of the
latest earthquakes at the USGS
(U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program) and Panama's
Instituto de Geociencias. There are also links to learn more about
earthquakes and volcanoes.
section includes a host of links to general and
specific information resources related to the topics of the web
site. There is a navigation menu at the beginning
of the web page
take you to the general and specific links. You can quickly get
back to the menu by clicking on the [menu] link.
gives you some idea of who we are and why this web site was created.
It also tells you about our WeatherHawk weather station at Palmira
Arriba in the Boquete Subdistrict of Palmira. There are links to
information about comparing and purchasing private weather stations.
can contact us from this page by either clicking on the email address
listed or filling out the form and clicking the submit button.
We welcome your comments, questions and suggestions. If you want
to be on the Boquete Weather Watchers email
list and receive updates
and ongoing weather information be sure
"yes" on the form and make sure you have entered your
email address correctly.