Tropical Storm Watch For Trinidad Orange Level

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Tropical Storm Watch For Trinidad Orange Level

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for Trinidad.

This means that tropical storm conditions, including sustained winds of 63-118 km/h, are possible within the watch area in the next 15

As of 5pm, Hurricane Beryl was centered near 11.1N 56.5W, approximately 450 km east-southeast of Tobago.

Beryl is moving westward at a speed of 33 km/h.

There is still a medium chance (35-55%) of sustained tropical storm force winds affecting Trinidad, particularly in the northern and eastern areas, from early morning on Monday, 1st July.

From 6 pm this evening, there is a high chance (70%) 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.

Wind gusts, exceeding 55 km/h, may be experienced ahead of Beryl from this evening.

Heavier rainfall and thunderstorm activity are anticipated near midnight.

The next update will be issued at 8 pm or earlier if necessary.


Prepare for the possibility of tropical storm conditions.

Have systems in place to protect lives, livelihood, and property.

Secure loose outdoor objects and livestock.

Ensure all marine vessels are properly anchored and secured.

Monitor official news sources and weather updates from

Follow instructions of government officials.