Hurricane Warning In Effect For Tobago Red Level

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Hurricane Warning In Effect For Tobago Red Level

A Hurricane Warning is in effect for Tobago Red Level..

This means there is a higher potential for hurricane conditions, including sustained winds in excess of 118 km/h, within the warning area, in this case within the next 12 hours.

As of 5 pm today, Hurricane Beryl was located near 11.1°N 56.5°W, approximately 450km east-southeast of Tobago, moving westward near 33 km/h.

Tobago can expect a gradual deterioration in conditions beginning with periods of showers and gusty winds in excess of 70km/h from early evening today.

From 6 pm this evening, there is a high chance (80%) of hazardous seas with large, battering waves.

Mariners should expect wave heights to increase significantly, posing a danger to small craft, coastal and offshore activities.

Strong currents and choppy seas will make navigation hazardous.

As Beryl approaches the southern Windwards, there is a high chance (80%) of hurricane force winds impacting Tobago from early morning Monday 1st July.

The next update will be at 8 pm today (Sunday 30th June 2024) or earlier if necessary. Instructions:


Take immediate actions to protect their lives, livelihoods, and property.

Shelter in place or evacuate to a safe location if your home is unsafe or vulnerable to flooding or wind damage.

Secure food, water and medicine for at least 7 days in waterproof containers.

Outdoor drains should be clear and loose objects secured by now.

Sandbags should be near all entrances to your home.

Monitor official news sources and weather updates from

Follow instructions of government officials.