Safety Precautions for viewing the Solar Eclipse of Monday 21st August 2017

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has announced that North America and the Caribbean will experience a Solar Eclipse on Monday 21st August 2017. While some portions of the United States will experience Total Darkness, the Caribbean will experience Partial Darkness where the Moon covers a large portion of the Sun. The event is scheduled to commence at approximately 2:20p.m. Local time where the moon appear to touch the Sun’s edge. The entire event may last up to 2hrs 30 minutes when the… Read More

Tonight’s Weather: Tue 22nd


Temperature: 30°C/85°F
Winds: Tonight winds will be from the East at…
Seas: Slight with waves 0.9-1.2m or 3-4ft.
Today’s Forecast (4 pm): A dry and stable air-mass will yield little shower activity across…Full Details

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Know Your Shelter!

Do you live in St. John’s parish? You may need to head to the Church of God, Cox Village because of a hazard or disaster. Learn more about this shelter’s location, manager(s), capacity, etc.