Met Office: Watch out for thundershowers, possible flash flooding
Created : 21 July 2019
Photo via the Met Office.
Watch out for thundershowers and the possibility of flash flooding, the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service said in its Sunday weather forecast.
The Met Office said sunny and breezy conditions in the morning may give way to showers, with a high chance (70 percent) of these showers becoming heavy and thundery
Here’s a look at today’s forecast courtesy the Met Office:
Trinidad and Tobago and the Southern Windwards:
Predominantly sunny and breezy conditions during the morning, will gradually give way to cloudy periods with intermittent showers by midday. There is the 70% chance of some of these showers becoming heavy and thundery. Tonight will be cloudy at times with occasional showers.
GUSTY WINDS, STREET AND FLASH FLOODING MAY OCCUR IN HEAVY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSHOWERS
Trinidad, Tobago and the remainder of the Lesser Antilles:
Sunny, hazy and breezy conditions, despite the odd brisk shower in a few areas. Tonight will be clear and cool.
Forecast max. Temp.
Seas are normal to moderate with waves from one to 1.5 metres in open waters and near calm in sheltered areas.
Sunrise & Sunset
High tide: 6:16am, 7:14pm
Low tide: 12:23am, 12:45pm
High tide: 6:17am, 7:06pm
Low tide: 12:12am, 12:50pm
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