TTMS shares hot weather despite brief showers in T&T

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Weather update, December 27, 2023: Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) shared a weather update that people may experience mostly sunny and slightly hazy despite the odd, brief shower. While the night is forecasted to be fair.   

  

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

 

TTMS advised sensitive people to take all the necessary precautions.

 

The Remainder of the Lesser Antilles

 

The lesser Antilles may witness a sunny day as sunshine will be interrupted at times by partly cloudy, which spells with showers.

 

The evening and night will remain fair as far as the forecast is concerned.

 

Marine Forecast

 

Seas are forecasted to be moderate throughout December 27, 2023.

 

Waves forecast

 

Waves in open water could reach up to 1.0m to 1.5m, and in sheltered areas, they will remain below 1.0m.

 

Last night’s minimum temperature

 

PIARCO: 23.2 degrees Celsius

CROWN POINT: 24.2 degrees Celsius

 

Forecast maximum for today

 

PIARCO: 32 degrees Celsius 

CROWN POINT: 32 degrees Celsius

 

Additionally, the dry season 2024 temperature outlook demonstrates the above-normal seasonal mean; maximum and minimum temperatures are likely, but at least three to seven cool nights are forecasted.

 

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

 

Key takeaways from TTMS

 

– The greatest odds for warmer than average nights and days are over cities, urban and built-up areas.

 

– Both daytime and night temperatures are supposed to be above normal over the majority of both islands.

 

– Chances of cooler than average nights are higher in rural parts of Trinidad and Tobago.

 

– A moderate or mild chance (40%) exists for short-duration warm spells during May 2024, with maximum temperatures averaging around 33.5 C in Trinidad and 32.5 C in Tobago.

 

Notably, there is no weather alert in the nation as no higher thunderstorms, flash flooding, or heavy showers are forecast across the region.

 

Ana Allen
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