Showers over the past few days have led to rivers near threshold levels, said the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service, and an Adverse Weather Alert and Riverine Flood Alert, both yellow level, have been issued until 8pm Thursday.
Here’s a look at today’s weather courtesy the Met Office:
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has forecast more showers and issued an Adverse Weather Alert and a Riverine Flood Alert, yellow level, warning of saturated conditions and possible landslips.
Here’s a look at today’s weather:
Variably cloudy with intermittent showers and/or periods of rain and a medium to high (40-60%) chance of heavy showers and/or isolated thunderstorms.
Conditions are expected to become settled by night time. Gusty winds, street/flash flooding and agitated seas can be expected in areas under heavy shower/thunderstorms.
Adverse Weather Alert #2 – Yellow Level is in effect. Riverine Flood Alert #3 – Yellow Level is in effect.
The remainder of the Lesser Antilles
Partly cloudy and breezy with a few brisk showers.
Last night’s minimum temperature
Forecast maximum temperature
Seas are moderate with waves up to two metres and occasionally 2.5 metres in open waters and less than one metre in sheltered areas.
Sunrise and Sunset
Sunrise: 6:05 am
Sunset: 5:40 pm
High tide: 4:25 am, 4:00 pm
Low tide: 9:48 am, 10:43 pm
High tide: 3:40 am, 3:23 pm
Low tide: 9:13 am, 10:09 pm
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