The mid-summer easing of the rains, better known as the Canicula, has passed in Central America. Hispaniola, and nearby islands, continue to clean-up after Hurricane Irene passed them. Venezuela is either having a major flooding event, or major problems with its rain gauges, I'm going with the latter. Precipitation continues to be plentiful in the Pampas along the Rio de la Plata.
Venezuelas rain gauge network has gone off the wall. After under reporting for weeks, it has now over reported, causing a massive bulls-eye across both itself and Colombia. That bulls-eye is not realistic in anyway. Seasonable conditions continue in Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. Dry weather persists in Colombia along the border with Brazil, and into the Brazilian state of Amazonas.
To the south rainfall continues along the Rio de la Plata basin, with moisture plentiful across Uruguay with lighter totals in nearby parts of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay.