TTMS shares cloudy weather with showers for T&T, Lesser Antilles

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Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) shared the weather update of Trinidad and Tobago and the Remainder of the Lesser Antilles that the sunshine will likely be interrupted by a few partly cloudy intervals with showers.

Notably, there is a low (20%) chance of isolated heavy showers or thunderstorm activity, mainly during the afternoon, favoring western areas of Trinidad.

The night will be mostly fair despite the odd shower. Street flooding is possible in the event of heavy showers or thunderstorms.

Marine Forecast

TTMS further shared that seas will remain slightly moderate.

Waves Forecast

Waves are forecasted to exceed up to 1.5 m in open waters, and they will remain below 1.0m and occasionally choppy in sheltered or covered areas.

Air quality

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

Last night’s minimum temperature

PIARCO: 23.2 degrees Celsius
CROWN POINT: 25.1 degrees Celsius

Forecast maximum temperature

PIARCO: 32 degrees Celsius
CROWN POINT: 32 degrees Celsius

The next two days weather update

Monday, January 1, 2023

The weather will be predominantly sunny and slightly hazy despite the isolated shower. The night is forecasted to be fair.    

Tuesday, January 2, 2023

Fair to partly cloudy with few showers. There will be a low (30%) chance of the odd moderate or heavy shower at times. People may experience mostly settled nights.

Moreover, the 2024 dry season accumulated rainfall totals for Trinidad and Tobago, which are likely to be the highest in northern and eastern areas in the vicinity of regions across T&T.

The lowest dry season accumulated rainfall totals are likely in the northwestern parts of Trinidad.

Additionally, TTMS presented the 2024 Dry Season Outlook at the Fifteenth National Climate Outlook Forum on Tuesday, December 12, 2023.

Notably, the majority of the country is expected to get a percentage of average dry season rainfall totals ranging between 61 per cent and 102 per cent.

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