Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service issued a discontinuation of the Hazardous sea Alert and Green Level on Tuesday, January 2, 2022.
Description: Long period swells are no longer having any adverse impacts on our near-shore areas. Based on official reports, the sea state is now moderate, with wave heights of 1.5m to 2.0m in open waters and below 1.0m in sheltered areas.
Instructions: Remain cautious when entering the sea. This is the final public warning message for this hazardous seas event. Continue to monitor updates from official sites: TTMS at www.metoffice.gov.tt and access more information and instructions from www.odpm.gov.tt
Area description: Northern and Eastern Coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago.
A shear line continued to produce brisk light to heavy showers and a few thunderstorms across the central to southern Windwards especially Barbados, Martinique, Saint Lucia and St. Vincent. A couple gusts over 40mph were reported in Barbados and Saint Lucia.
Expect some more ocasional light to moderate showers which can be briefly heavy and a slight chancce of thunderstorm in the same areas tonight and first part of Friday. A few more showers can be expected rest of Friday to weekend but becoming less frequent.
Synopsis: Shallow low level patches embedded within a moderate to fresh trade wind flow will continue to move across the area during the next 24 hours. This, along with the presence of a weak trough could lead to a moderate chance for shower activity over and around the islands occasionally during that time.
Weather tonight: Fair to partly cloudy and cool conditions with a 50 percent or moderate chance of brief passing showers.
Weather tomorrow: Partly cloudy skies in general with a 60 percent or moderate chance of brief passing showers.
Winds: East-northeast at 15 to 31 km/h or 9 to 20 mph with lighter spells overnight.
Seas: 1.2 to 1.8 meters or 4 to 6 feet..
Sunrise tomorrow: 6:50 am.