Trinidad, Tobago & Leeward Islands to experience sunny weather with few showers

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Weather Update, December 19, 2023: Trinidad, Tobago and The Leeward Islands may experience sunny and hazy weather conditions, which are expected to be 30 degrees Celsius with a chance of a few afternoon showers.

Notably, the night will be fair but hazy. There will be a moderate concentration of Saharan dust present in the nearby areas.

As per the reports of Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service, all the persons who are susceptible to these changes in air quality are advised to take the necessary precautions.

The Windward Islands

The Windward Islands are expected to witness partly cloudy and hazy weather with periods of showers or rain. Notably, there are a few chances of heavy showers or thunderstorms.

Marine Forecast

Seas are expected to remain moderate throughout the day, while the waves in the open waters could range between 1.5 m to 2.0 m and reach up to 2.5 m in the Leeward.

Moreover, in the sheltered areas, waves are forecasted below 1.0 m.

Tides were issued at 4:00 pm Monday and are valid for Tuesday, December 19, 2023.

Extended Weather Details

Wednesday, December 20, 2023

A few morning showers will interrupt; otherwise, the weather will remain sunny, hazy and breezy throughout the day. The night will be fair but hazy.

Thursday, December 21, 2023 

The weather is expected to be mostly sunny, hazy and breezy despite a brief shower. The night will be fair at first, with a few showers likely from predawn onwards.

Monthly Cumulative (2 pm – 2 pm) for PIARCO: 89.6 mm

Monthly Cumulative (2 pm – 2 pm) for CROWN POINT: 48.1 mm

Additionally, the weather of the last day, December 18, 2023, was fair, but there were some hazy conditions seen throughout the day.

General Weather details

Trinidad and Tobago generally have warm temperatures, with precipitation levels ranging from moderate to high in December. Notably, December has the shortest days of the year, with an average of 11 hours and 30 minutes of daylight.

This month signifies the onset of the dry season, characterized by a substantial decrease in rainfall and consistently warm temperatures.

The temperatures vary from a cooler 23 degrees Celsius during the early morning hours to about 30 degrees Celsius at the day’s peak.  

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