Through Sunday, across both islands, a weakening tropical wave, the Intertropical Convergence Zone, and this low-level jet are all forecast to interact across T&T, producing isolated to scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.
What you need to know
— Alerts/Watches/Warnings: A High Wind Alert (Yellow Level) has been discontinued by the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service. There are no tropical storm or hurricane watches or warnings in effect for T&T at this time.
— Hazards: The main hazards were gusty winds in excess of 45 KM/H (likely) to in excess of 55 KM/H (possible). Stronger gusts are forecast to accompany heavy showers or thunderstorms. Lightning will accompany thunderstorms. Chances for street/flash flooding are medium to high through Monday. Chances for riverine flooding remain low. Seas are now forecast to gradually subside.
— Rainfall: As showers/thunderstorms remain fairly brisk, high overall rainfall accumulations are not forecast. Through the next 24 hours (through early Monday), isolated areas of rain, moderate to heavy showers, and isolated thunderstorms are forecast, interrupting variably cloudy skies. Peak intense activity is forecast overnight Saturday through Sunday afternoon, gradually settling by the evening. Rainfall totals between 10-25 millimeters are forecast across the country, with higher rainfall totals up to and exceeding 25 millimeters and up to 50 millimeters across localized areas of the eastern and southern halves of Trinidad and Tobago and along western coastal Trinidad.
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