Saturday 24 October, 2020

Met Office warns of hazy conditions as Saharan Dust returns

Photo via the NOAA.

Photo via the NOAA.

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is warning of hazy and dusty conditions due to an influx of Saharan Dust. 

However, the Met Office said in a social media update on Sunday that the conditions should be mild. 

"A mild increase in Saharan dust can be expected from tomorrow. Even though it is not a significant event, persons with respiratory ailments are advised to take note."


Here’s a look at today’s weather, courtesy the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service:

Trinidad, Tobago and the remainder of the Lesser Antilles

Fair, hazy and at times breezy conditions would be interrupted by patches of cloudiness in a few areas, during the late morning to afternoon, producing light or moderate showers.

Night time will be cool with a light breeze and a few brief showers.



Trinidad: 31’C (max)

Tobago: 30’C (max)



Seas are moderate with waves up to two metres in open waters and less than one metre in sheltered areas.


Sunrise & Sunset

Sunrise: 6:25am

Sunset: 5:57pm




High tide: 5:16 am, 4:28 pm

Low tide: 10:47am, 11:16pm


High tide: 4:58 am, 4:17pm

Low tide: 10:34 am, 11:01 pm

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