TTMS shares breezy weather with moderate showers for T&T, Lesser Antilles

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Trinidad & Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) shared the weather update that people of Trinidad, Tobago and the Remainder of the Lesser Antilles may experience sunny and breezy weather conditions. 

The conditions will be occasionally interrupted by partly cloudy spells with few lights to moderate showers. It is to be noted that the night will be mostly fair despite the odd shower. 

Moreover, gusty winds may occur in/ near showers. 

Marine Forecast

As per TTMS, the seas will remain moderate. 

Waves Forecast

Open water waves could exceed 1.5 m to 2.0 m and are forecasted to be below 1.0 m in sheltered and covered areas. 

Air quality

The air quality is generally acceptable for most people; however, the sensitive groups may face minor to moderate symptoms from long-term exposure.

It is to be noted that there will be a mild or moderate concentration of Saharan dust across the regions of Trinidad and Tobago.

Last night’s minimum temperature

PIARCO: 23 degrees Celsius
CROWN POINT: 25 degrees Celsius 

Forecast maximum temperature

PIARCO: 32 degrees Celsius
CROWN POINT: 32 degrees Celsius 

The following two days’ weather update

Saturday, January 6, 2024
People may witness mostly sunny, slightly hazy and breezy weather despite the low to medium (30% to 40%) chance of brief showers. The night will remain fair with a gentle breeze.

Sunday, January 7, 2024
The weather will be generally sunny and breezy despite the odd partly cloudy spell with isolated showers. The night will be fair.

Weather Outlook: It is to be noted that there will be a chance of forest, bush, and landfill fire potential, especially from early January to March 2024. It will be reached less in April and May 2024.

Early Actions required

– There is a need to review the household water plan. Preserve, manage and store water safely and sufficiently.

– There is a need to raise awareness on dry season agriculture pest and disease control measures, and there could be bushfire risk.

– Vulnerable communities should be sensitised to the negative impacts of the forest so that actions can be taken.

Additionally, the temperatures can fall below 20 degrees Celsius in Trinidad and 22 degrees Celsius in Tobago, probably in January and February 2024.

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