An Adverse Weather Alert which was issued Sunday night was cancelled on Monday morning.
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service said in an update on Monday at 9:09 am that weather conditions have mostly diminished however occasional showers and the likelihood of an isolated thunderstorm could still be expected.
Showers and thunderstorms are expected to affect Trinidad and Tobago for most of the morning on Monday.
The Meteorological Service (Met Office) on Sunday issued an Adverse Weather Alert Yellow Level, warning that intermittent showers and thunderstorms were very likely from 2 am to midday.
While Tobago is expected to be affected more than Trinidad, Northern Trinidad will see much of the poor weather conditions forecast.
The expected bad weather is associated with the passing of a tropical wave.
Some parts of Trinidad are already experiencing a few heavy showers and thunderstorms. These conditions expected to persist into tonight.
Citizens are advised that street/flash flooding can be expected in heavy downpours and thunderstorms. Gusty winds in excess of 45km/hr are possible.
The Met Office noted the following in its forecast for Monday: "Partly cloudy with periods of showers or rain during the day. Isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms are also likely. Settled night with a few lingering showers."
Similar weather conditions are expected on Tuesday.
Citizens are advised to monitor updates from the Met Office, the country's official weather source, at www.metoffice.gov.tt. For additional instructions visit - www.odpm.gov.tt
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