Live Updates: Showers, Thunderstorms Affecting T&T

Showers and thunderstorms are in Trinidad and Tobago’s forecast this week as deep-layered moisture moves in and across the region with mid and upper-level support. Localized climatic effects may lead to heavy afternoon showers and thunderstorms, triggering street/flash flooding and other adverse weather impacts across western and northern halves of Trinidad through the week..

What you need to know

Rainfall: Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are forecast through the week. Over the next five days, overall rainfall totals between 50 and 150 millimeters are forecast across most of the country. However, isolated totals of up to 200 millimeters of rain are possible across localized areas of Trinidad.
Hazards: The main hazards are street/flash flooding over the next five days. Gusty winds up to and over 45 KM/H are likely to accompany heavier showers and thunderstorms. The chances for riverine flooding remain low at this time. Lightning will accompany thunderstorms. Landslides are likely across elevated areas, particularly where heavy showers and thunderstorms persist, as soils become increasingly saturated.
Alerts/Watches/Warnings: There are no alerts, watches, or warnings in effect for Trinidad and Tobago from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service at this time. There are no tropical storm or hurricane watches or warnings in effect for T&T at this time.

Live Updates

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