Trinidad and Tobago's weather: Hazy with light showers
Created : 18 August 2019
The public is advised once again to prepare for any sinus-related conditions due to the presence of Saharan dust in the atmosphere, according to updates from the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service.
In an update Saturday the Met Office said the dust will be present over the next few days, however showers are still expected at times, especially during the afternoon period.
Here’s a look at today’s weather, courtesy the Met Office:
Sunny and hazy conditions will at times be interrupted in a few areas by a light or moderate shower.
There is a medium chance of an afternoon thunderstorm in few confined areas.
Fair night but with a brief shower in a few areas.
In the event of a heavy shower or thunderstorm winds can become gusty and street or flash flooding is likely.
The remainder of the Lesser Antilles
Cloudy periods with light to moderate showers or rain in varying areas and a heavy shower or thunderstorm in a few areas.
Seas are moderate with waves up to 1.5 metres in open waters and less than one metre in sheltered areas
Waves: 1.5mIN OPEN WATERS
Less than 1.0m IN SHLTD AREAS
Sunrise and Sunset
5:20 am, 5:58 pm
11:40 am, 11:57 pm
5:10 am, 5:40 pm
11:33 am, 11:36 pm
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