Live Updates: Riverine Flood Alert, Adverse Weather Alert Discontinued

Intermittent light to moderate showers and rain are forecast to affect Trinidad overnight Saturday into Sunday. There is the low chance of a thunderstorm favoring Tobago and Eastern Trinidad. On Sunday, a partly cloudy morning will be interrupted by brisk, isolated showers leading to a breezy and somewhat hazy afternoon. An initially settled night will be interrupted by a few showers closer to midnight.

The main hazards are heavy rainfall and gusty winds, particularly in heavy to violent showers or thunderstorms, bringing the risk of street flooding or flash flooding. There is the potential for riverine flooding across Northern and Central Trinidad. With gusty winds and saturated soils, downed trees and landslides will also become a concern.

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has discontinued the Adverse Weather Alert for Trinidad and Tobago at 6:06 PM Saturday 8th May 2021.

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has also discontinued the Riverine Flood Alert for Northern and Central Trinidad as of 1:09 PM Sunday 9th May 2021.

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