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Friday 14 August, 2020

Trinidad and Tobago's weather: More dust from tonight

The public is urged to be on the lookout for yet another wave of Saharan dust from Wednesday night until Saturday, the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service said.

The Met Office said in an update on Tuesday that 'another influx of Saharan dust is expected overnight in moderate concentrations'.

'At this time, the latest analysis suggests that the Saharan Dust will remain present in fluctuating amounts until Saturday 11th July 2020.'

The Met Office urged anyone sensitive to these atmospheric changes be prepared to take the necessary precautions.

Here's a look at today's weather:

Trinidad, Tobago and the remainder of the Lesser Antilles

Mainly sunny and hazy despite a few cloudy patches with showers.

Tonight will be mostly clear.

Caution: There is to be a gradual increase of Saharan dust in the atmosphere to a moderate concentration during the day. Sensitive persons are advised to exercise caution.



Trinidad: 32’C

Tobago: 32’C



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


Sunrise and Sunset

Sunrise: 5.49 am

Sunset: 6.31 pm




High tide: 5.44 am, 6.54 pm

Low tide: 12.21 pm


High tide: 5.36 am, 6.46 pm

Low tide: 12.23 pm 

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