WEATHER: Sunny Conditions with cloudy periods expected for Trinidad 

Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service announced the sunny conditions interrupted by a few cloudy periods with showers over some areas. 

WEATHER: Sunny Conditions with cloudy periods expected for Trinidad 
WEATHER: Sunny Conditions with cloudy periods expected for Trinidad 

Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service announced the sunny conditions interrupted by a few cloudy periods with showers over some areas. 

  • There is a 40-60% (medium) chance of isolated thunderstorm activity.
  • Mostly fair night expected despite a few isolated showers.
  • Gusty winds and street/flash flooding can occur in the event of heavy showers or thunderstorms.

THE REMAINDER OF THE LESSER ANTILLES

  • Hazy and breezy conditions despite the odd brief isolated shower.
  • Temperature: Celsius
  • Piarco Crown Point
  • LAST NIGHT MIN. TEMP. 24.5℃ 25.6℃
  • FORECAST MAX. TEMP. 32℃ 31℃

Seas

  • Seas: Moderate
  • Waves: 1.5 m to 2.0 m IN OPEN WATERS
  • Below 1.0 m. IN SHLTD AREAS

New Tropical Disturbance in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic, and Don maintains its status as a Tropical Storm; None of the systems poses a threat to Montserrat at this time. 

Yellow Hill – Wednesday, July 19 2023 – Tropical Disturbance 1 poses no threat to Montserrat at this time, and no watches or warnings have been issued for the island. The Disaster Management Coordination Agency (DMCA) will continue to monitor the system and provide regular updates as deemed necessary.

Meantime, Tropical Storm Don in the Central Atlantic is not expected to impact land.

As of Wednesday morning, the National Hurricane Center says Disturbance 1 is located over the eastern tropical Atlantic centered a few hundred miles south of the Cabo Verde Islands. 

While dry air should prevent significant organization during the next few days, environmental conditions could become more conducive for some development by this weekend while the wave moves westward across the central tropical Atlantic at 15 to 20 mph.

Disturbance 1 has a 0% chance of formation in the next two days and, a 20% chance of development in the next seven days.

The Disaster Management Coordination Agency (DMCA) urges residents to ensure their hurricane kits are ready with enough supplies to last at least three days. 

It will have adequate supplies available on store shelves and prevents a rush and shortages that regularly occur when a storm is imminent.

The peak of the hurricane season is September 10, with the most activity happening between mid-August and mid-October. The DMCA appeals to residents and visitors to pay close attention to information issued by the DMCA and be vigilant.