Trinidad, Tobago and the remainder of the Lesser Antilles will be generally sunny, hazy and windy today, with a low – medium chance of the odd isolated shower.
Tonight will be generally clear with only a low chance of the isolated shower.
N.b. A significant concentration of Saharan dust is present in the atmosphere.
A Hazardous Seas Alert – Yellow Level, is still in effect until Tuesday, February 2nd.
This means that strong low level winds are expected to agitate sea conditions, mainly around North and East Trinidad and Tobago. Waves are expected to reach heights of between 2.5 m and 3.0 m in open waters.
A long period northerly swell event and ongoing spring tides are also expected to worsen sea conditions, especially at high tide and over Northern and sheltered coastal regions.
All marine Interests should carefully monitor nearshore and offshore sea conditions and exercise extreme caution along affected areas. Heed warnings of lifeguards and other relevant authorities. Monitor updates from the official weather source, the TTMS at www.metoffice.gov.tt. For more information on instructions: www.odpm.gov.tt