Watch out for flash flooding, landslips and fallen trees as heavy showers and thunderstorms affect the country today.
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has issued an Adverse Weather Alert – Yellow Level, for Trinidad and Tobago, warning of heavy showers and a high (70%) chance of thunderstorm activity.
The Met Office said these conditions are expected to continue intermittently overnight.
The Met Office warned that gusty winds and street/flash flooding are likely near heavy downpours.
The public is urged to secure their homes and avoid driving or walking through flood waters – those in flood-prone areas are urged to have an emergency plan if needed.
Natural Disaster Management Units – Hotlines
Arima Borough Corporation – 800-2ABC (2222)
Chaguanas Borough Corporation – 800-DCBC (3222)
Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation – 800-CTTC (2882)
Diego Martin Regional Corporation – 800-DMRC (3672)
Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation – 800-4MRC (4672)
Penal/Debe Regional Corporation – 800-PDRC (7372)
Point Fortin Borough Corporation – 800-PFBC (7322)
Port of Spain City Corporation – 800-PSCC (7722)
Princes Town Regional Corporation – 800-PTRC (7872)
San Fernando City Corporation – 800-SCDU (7238)
Sangre Grande Regional Corporation – 800-SGRC (7472)
San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation – 800-SLRC (7572)
Siparia Regional Corporation – 800-4SRC (4772)
Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation – 800-TPRC (8772)
Tobago Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) – 211
Remainder of the Lesser Antilles
Partly cloudy and breezy at times with isolated showers. Mostly fair night.
Last night’s minimum temperature
Forecast maximum temperature
Seas are moderate with waves between 1.5 and two metres and occasionally up to 2.5 metres near the Windwards in open waters and below one metre and choppy at times in sheltered areas.
Caution: Spring Tides are in effect until Saturday 16th July. Marine interests are advised to exercise caution especially during high tides.
Sunrise and Sunset
Sunrise: 05:51 am
Sunset: 06:32 pm
High tide: 4:46 am 06:00 pm
Low tide: 11:24 am 11:32 pm
High tide: 4:24 am 05:36 pm
Low tide: 11:14 am 11:12 pm
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