Through Wednesday, a surface to low-level trough, in the presence of a highly favorable atmospheric environment, is forecast to produce scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. However, overall heavier rainfall is forecast to remain mainly across southern and eastern areas of T&T due to persisting strong westerly wind shear.
Additionally, sustained winds up to 30 KM/H and wind gusts in excess of 45 KM/H are likely, mainly from Tuesday afternoon. From the late afternoon Tuesday into Wednesday, gusts in excess of 55 KM/H are possible, particularly across and north of Tobago. Winds of this strength can cause power dips and outages, fallen trees, utility poles, and lines, as well as sporadic areas of wind damage.
Seas are also forecast to be agitated. Trinidad and Tobago is not under a tropical storm watch or warning.
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