Trinidad, Tobago and the Lesser Antilles to see intermittent showers

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Trinidad, Tobago and the Remainder of the Lesser Antilles may experience fair to partly cloudy conditions with the occasional shower over few areas.

It is to be noted that there is 20 per cent chance of the isolated heavy showers or the odd thunderstorm, mainly over the southern parts of the Trinidad.

It is expected to be a clear night with a few brief showers and gusts of wind; however, street flooding can occur in the event of the heavy downpours.

Seas Update: Seas are forecasted to be moderate and rough in the Leeward.

Waves: Waves in open waters could reach up to 1.5m to 2.5m and it could be possible that waves can range up to 3.8m in the Leeward.

Notably, in sheltered areas it could be possible below 1.0m.

The Remainder of the Lesser Antilles: Lesser Antilles remains mostly fair and breezy despite few brief isolated showers.

Forecast Maximum for today

Piarco: 31 degrees Celsius
Crown Point: 31 degrees Celsius

Last Nights’ Minimum Temperature

Piarco: 24.3 degrees Celsius
Crown Point: 25.5 degrees Celsius

The air quality is generally acceptable for most individuals, but sensitive groups may experience minor to moderate symptoms from long-term exposure.

Notably, there are no symptoms of weather alert as no hurricanes, street/flash floods and heavy thunderstorm are forecasted in the regions of Trinidad, Tobago and Leeward Island.

General weather details

In December, maximum temperature is 83 degrees F and minimum temperature is 81 degrees F. The climate is quite pleasant in Trinidad and Tobago in December.

With 9.9in over 15 days, one may experience rain throughout the month. The country generally has warm temperatures, with precipitation levels ranging from moderate to high. One can expect warm maximum daytime temperatures of around 29 degree Celsius and nighttime temperatures around 25 degree Celsius.

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