Live Updates: ITCZ Activity Subsides Following Adverse Weather

The threat of impactful weather has passed following an active Intertropical Convergence Zone which brought isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms across the country.

Overnight tonight, isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms are still possible, capable of producing highly localized street or flash flooding. Additional impacts include possible wind gusts in excess of 55 KM/H. Winds of this strength may cause power dips/outages, downed trees, and localized wind damage. 

Landslides are possible across Southern Trinidad, the Northern Range, and Tobago and lightning will accompany thunderstorms. Funnel clouds and waterspouts are unlikely.

The Adverse Weather Alert (Yellow Level) has been discontinued for T&T from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service.

Note, an increase in Saharan Dust is forecast overnight tonight.

From Tuesday night through Friday, large, battering waves are also forecast to continue due to long-period swells affecting T&T’s coastlines. A Hazardous Seas Alert (Yellow Level) is in effect from 11:00 PM Tuesday through 2:00 PM Friday. The alert was issued for nearshore areas of Tobago as well as northern and western sheltered areas of Trinidad.

Trinidad and Tobago is not under a tropical storm watch or warning.

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