The meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago declared that there had been a growth going of a tropical wave near the Lesser Antilles. These tropical waves are said to become tropical cyclones in future. It has been reported as the second wave during the 24 hrs. This report has been released in a press meet by the meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago.
The fast rain and thunderstorms have been affecting the area of lesser Antilles. It is said to be moving to the West of the Caribbean region with no significant concern.
However, the release explained the second wave is approximately 2,090 km east-southeast of the Lesser Antilles, centred near 8.5N 42W and moving west-northwest at about 35 km/h.
The statement of The meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago said that the current wave had been gradually becoming more organised and at that point of time had a more favourable probability of becoming a tropical cyclone with a 70 per cent probability of intensification during the next 48 hours that has been marked as high percentage and a 90 per cent probability during the next five days that has also been marked as high.
Regardless of the development of the tropical wave, it would be probably producing gusts of wind and heavy rain in the local parts of the Lesser Antilles between 2 days of Friday and Saturday.
According to the statement of the meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago said that at that time, the second wave does not represent a direct threat to the areas of Trinidad and Tobago or Grenada and their territories.
The meteorological Service of Trinidad and Tobago Office said that it would be continuing to monitor these systems closely and would be issuing an update.