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Today’s Weather: Sat 21st

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Temperature: 25°C/77°F
Humidity: 74%
Winds: E-ENE at 14 – 21mph with higher gusts over open waters.
Seas: Moderate to rough, swells 1.5-2.1m or 5-7ft. Small craft operators and sea bathers should continue to exercise caution.
Sunset: Today 6:28 pm
Sunrise: Tomorrow 5:50 am
Today’s Forecast (7 am): A moderate to fresh trade wind flow generated by a relatively strong high pressure ridge will continue to transport pockets of low level moisture over and around the islands, thus maintaining a moderate chance for showers during the next 24 hours. Weather today: Partly sunny…Full Details

Upcoming Events

Mon. 23rd Apr – Fri. 27th Apr: ICG/CARIBE EWS-XIII – Thirteenth Session of the Intergovernmental Coordination Group for the Tsunami and Other Coastal Hazards Warning System for the Caribbean and Adjacent Regions in Willemstad, Curacao.
Sun. 13th May – Fri. 18th May: Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference in West Palm Beach, FL, USA.
Wed. 20th Jun – Fri. 22nd Jun: VI Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.

Latest Updates

CDPMN Caribbean Drought Bulletin – April 2018

Announcement

Concerns exist for both long and short term drought over the Guianas, in particular northern Suriname. With Cuba and Antigua being relatively dry over the past few months, water resources should be monitored for long term drought , that can affect groundwater and large catchments, up until the end of the dry season at least. Water resources in the ABC Islands and north and south-east Belize should also be monitored over the possibility of…learn more

Latest News

The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre (UWI-SRC) launches new logo

The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre (UWI-SRC) is pleased to present the Centre’s new logo. Designed to incorporate the three hazards monitored and researched at The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre, our new logo aims to provide an easily recognizable symbol associated with our position as the official and trusted geologic authority in the English-speaking Eastern Caribbean. Each element is clearly demarcated to ensure clarity and to aid in…read more

Know Your Shelter!

Do you live in St. Paul’s parish? You may need to head to the John E. Howell Pavilion at the Elquemedo T. Willett Park (formerly Grove Park) because of a hazard or disaster. Learn more about this shelter’s location, manager(s), capacity, etc.

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Latest Video

Officers of the Royal St Christopher and Nevis Police Force on Nevis partner with NDMD for Caribe Wave 2018. Tsunamis can destroy. Be smart, take part, prepare tomorrow – Thursday 15th March 2018.