Showers and thunderstorms affected Trinidad and Tobago over the weekend as multiple weather features moved across the area. By late Sunday, Saharan Dust is forecast to begin reducing rainfall across the area.
What you need to know
— Rainfall: Few isolated showers with the odd thunderstorm remain in the forecast over the next 24 hours as trailing moisture and instability following the passage of Tropical Wave 29 remains across T&T. However, an approaching surge of Saharan Dust will limit activity. Additional rainfall totals between 5 and 20 millimeters are forecast, trending higher across southern, eastern, and western coastal Trinidad with isolated totals up to 25 millimeters.
— Hazards: Chances for street/flash flooding are medium to high through Monday. Chances for riverine flooding remain low. Gusty winds in excess of 45 KM/H accompanying heavy showers or thunderstorms are possible. Lightning will accompany thunderstorms.
— Alerts/Watches/Warnings: The Adverse Weather Alert has been discontinued by the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service. There are no tropical cyclone watches or warnings in effect for T&T at this time.
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