Flooded Roadways as Intense Thunderstorms Affect NW Trinidad


3:10 PM Thursday 31st October 2019

Low tide occurred at 11:56 AM, with our next high tide expected at 6:06 PM. Hence, floodwaters are quickly subsiding at this time across Port of Spain and environs. Across the Santa Cruz Valley, light to moderate showers remains ongoing.



2:50 PM Thursday 31st October 2019

Additional roadways across the East-West Corridor have reported flooding as up to 50 millimeters of rainfall fell within the last hour across Western parts of Port of Spain and Woodbrook.

  • Eastbound Audrey Jeffers Highway
  • Mucurapo Road in the vicinity of Fatima College and Mucurapo West Secondary School
  • Panka Street, St. James
  • Wrightson Road, Eastbound, Port of Spain
  • Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook
  • Roberts Street, Woodbrook
  • Circular Road in the vicinity of the Emperor Valley Zoo on the Queen’s Park Savannah.
  • Dundonald Street, Port of Spain
  • Sackville and Stone Street, Port of Spain
  • Richmond Street, Port of Spain
  • Saddle Road, Lower Santa Cruz


2:25 PM Thursday 31st October 2019

Intense Thunderstorms have moved across parts of Northwestern and Western Trinidad, producing violent rainfall rates in excess of 50 millimeters per hour. Street flooding is ongoing across several parts of Northwestern Trinidad.

  • Wrightson Road, from Invaders Bay to Port of Spain
  • Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook and Port of Spain
  • Tragrete Road, Port of Spain
  • Dundonald Street, Port of Spain
  • St. Vincent Street, Port of Spain
  • Edward Street, Port of Spain
  • Mucurapo Road from Woodbrook eastward.
  • Other flood-prone areas of Port of Spain
  • The Western Main Road in the vicinity of Cocorite, all eastbound lanes.

Ariapita Avenue and Taylor Street
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