Adverse Weather Alert Discontinued
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has discontinued the Adverse Weather Alert (Yellow Level) for Trinidad and Tobago as rainfall remained east of Trinidad, mainly affecting Tobago and offshore eastern T&T due to strong westerly wind shear. Still, afternoon showers and thunderstorms are possible, exacerbating ongoing floods.
According to the TTMS, “Most of the showers and thunderstorms are to the east of Trinidad and Tobago, so the threat of impactful weather has significantly decreased. Keep monitoring our updates as any additional rainfall to an already saturated soil can result in the possibility of localized flooding, landslips, and landslides.“
Trinidad and Tobago is NOT under any tropical storm threat, watch or warning.
The color of the alert indicates the severity of the event and the probability of the event occurring. Currently, the alert level is at Green, as the Discontinuation was issued.
Friday: Higher rainfall accumulations to favor southern Trinidad. By the early morning (3:00 AM), scattered showers and periods of rain are forecast to develop across Tobago and eastern Trinidad, gradually moving across the island into the morning, interrupting partly to mostly cloudy skies. Conditions may settle after daybreak, with isolated showers and possible thunderstorms by the late morning through the afternoon, across both islands, with heavier activity favoring western and southern areas. Settled conditions are forecast by the late afternoon into the evening, with few brisk, isolated showers overnight.
Up to 25 millimeters (1 inch) possible across Trinidad and Tobago. Across the northern half of Trinidad and parts of Tobago, up to 37.5 millimeters (1.5 inches) are possible.