Tropical Wave 08 is forecast to move across Trinidad and Tobago on June 14th into June 15th, 2020. This wave is not forecast to produce widespread heavy rainfall with heavier rainfall favoring the southern half of Trinidad. Isolated to scattered showers are forecast beginning late Sunday morning through Monday afternoon, with isolated thunderstorms possible, mainly after midnight Sunday through Monday afternoon. Locally heavy rainfall may trigger street or flash flooding. Gusty winds in excess of 55 KM/H may cause downed trees, utility poles, and lines, as well as brief power outages. No alerts/watches/warnings in effect for T&T. Live updates for this event have ended.
Less than 10 Millimeters of Rainfall Recorded Across T&T
12:00 AM Tuesday 16th June 2020
Gusty Winds Continue to Accompany Showers Across Trinidad.
12:35 PM Monday 15th June 2020
Gusty Winds, Showers Across Trinidad
12:08 PM Monday 15th June 2020
Gusty Winds Recorded at Piarco
12:10 PM Monday 15th June 2020
Showers, Isolated Thunderstorms Possible Across Trinidad
11:10 AM Monday 15th June 2020
Weather Update: Did you get showers last night? Various locations across Trinidad experienced cloudy conditions and light to moderate shower overnight as demonstrated on the satellite loop. Partly cloudy conditions and scattered showers are expected to continue today mainly over Trinidad, with a low chance of an afternoon heavy shower/ thunderstorm. In the event of heavy showers/ thunderstorms, winds can become gusty and street flooding is likely. Full forecast: https://www.metoffice.gov.tt/forecast #ttms #ttmetservice #ttweather #forecastPosted by Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service on Monday, June 15, 2020
Gusty Winds Accompany Showers Across Northern Trinidad
10:35 AM Monday 15th June 2020
Gusty Winds Move Across Tobago
7:19 AM Monday 15th June 2020
Less than 15 Millimeters of Rainfall Across T&T Over Last 24 Hours
12:00 AM Monday 15th June 2020
Isolated Activity Overnight With Thunderstorms Possible After Midnight
8:45 PM Sunday 14th June 2020
For tonight, partly to mostly cloudy skies are forecast to be interrupted by isolated showers and isolated thunderstorms. Tropical Wave 08 is forecast to move across the islands overnight into tomorrow (Monday). Hence, isolated showers are forecast to develop by the late night, with isolated thunderstorms possible after midnight.
On Monday, the axis of Tropical Wave 08 will be moving across Trinidad and Tobago. Showers and isolated thunderstorms are forecast to occur intermittently throughout the day, with higher chances for thunderstorms during the late morning through the afternoon, as well as after midnight, across Trinidad. Thunderstorm chances are medium. Activity is forecast to settle by the evening with brisk showers favoring Trinidad. No significant rainfall is expected at this time.
Gusty winds, up to 55 KM/H, and street flooding are possible in heavy to violent showers and isolated thunderstorms. Seas to remain slight to moderate, with waves up to 2.0 meters in open waters and below 1.0 meter in sheltered areas but may become choppy during heavy showers and thunderstorms.
Tropical Wave 08 Approaches T&T.
Showers, Thunderstorms Forecast Into Tomorrow
3:15 PM Sunday 14th June 2020
The axis of Tropical Wave 08 is approximately along 57/58W, just under 350 kilometers east of Trinidad and Tobago.
As forecast, isolated to scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms have favored mainly the southern half of Trinidad, producing gusty winds and brief, heavy rainfall.
Going through this evening and into tomorrow, showers and cloudiness are forecast to gradually spread across Trinidad and Tobago, with heavier activity continuing to favor southern and eastern areas of Trinidad.
Hazy, Breezy, Partly Cloudy Conditions Across NE Trinidad
Showers Favor South, Cloudy Skies Across Central Trinidad
Gusty Winds Accompany Showers, Thunderstorms
Gusty winds are accompanying showers and isolated thunderstorms across Trinidad, with wind gusts up to 45 KM/H recorded across Couva. Over the next 24-36 hours, wind gusts in excess of 55 KM/H possible.
These heavy showers produced rainfall rates across Couva of up to 44.45 millimeters per hours, dropping just under 10 millimeters of rainfall inside 30 minutes.
Heavy Showers, Isolated Thunderstorms Across Southern, Eastern Trinidad
1:15 PM Sunday 14th June 2020
Over the last 4 hours, heavier showers continue to favor the Southern half of Trinidad, with brisk, isolated activity elsewhere, interrupting partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Isolated thunderstorms are developing across southwestern Trinidad, bringing heavy rainfall, gusty winds, and lightning. Similar activity is forecast through the afternoon, with additional activity approaching the islands from the east associated with Tropical Wave 08. Heavier activity will favor the southern and eastern areas of Trinidad.
Brisk, Isolated Showers Moving Across Trinidad
9:45 AM Sunday 14th June 2020
As of 9:30 AM, the axis of Tropical Wave 08 remains along 56/57W, moving west at 10-15 knots (18.5 – 28 KM/H). Moisture ahead of the wave is beginning to move across T&T, fuelling isolated showers and increased cloudiness.
Presently, neutral low-level convergence and upper-level divergence remain across T&T, with moderate to strong wind shear (20-30 knots), keeping these showers brief. The atmosphere is moderately moist as of the 8:00 AM atmospheric sounding, with a very marginally unstable atmosphere, though instability is forecast to increase through the day. However, the below forecast generally remains unchanged.
Tropical Wave 08 Not Forecast To Bring Heavy Rainfall To T&T
7:00 PM Saturday 13th June 2020
As forecast on Saturday, strong wind shear will be the detriment of shower and possible thunderstorm activity across Trinidad and Tobago associated with this wave, though activity well east of T&T remained impressive on satellite imagery late Saturday.
Mostly sunny to partly cloudy and hazy conditions throughout the day. By the late morning through the afternoon, isolated showers are forecast to develop across Trinidad, with heavier showers favoring the southern and western areas of the island. Isolated showers also possible across Tobago, with activity remaining brisk. Thunderstorm chances remain low.
Activity is forecast to settle by the evening, with cloudiness increasing due to the approaching Tropical Wave 08. Isolated showers are forecast to develop after nightfall, with isolated thunderstorms possible after midnight. No significant rainfall is expected at this time.
Gusty winds, up to 55 KM/H, and street flooding are possible in heavy to violent showers and isolated thunderstorms. Seas to remain slight to moderate, with waves up to 1.5 meters in open waters and near calm in sheltered areas but may become choppy during heavy showers and thunderstorms.