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Watches & Warnings

Today’s Weather: Tue 18th

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Temperature: 25°C / 76°F
Humidity: 79%
Sea Level Pressure: 1018.4mbs or 30.07″
Winds: East at 9 to 18mph.
Seas: 1.5 to 2.1 metres or 5 to 7 feet. The small craft caution remains in effect.
Sunset: Today 6:14 pm
Sunrise: Tomorrow 6:35 am
Today’s Forecast (7 am): A weak low-level trough in the vicinity of the Leeward Islands could trigger brief cloudiness and showers across the Islands over the next twenty-four hours. Weather today: Partly cloudy with a 40 percent or moderate chance of showers. Weather tonight: Partly cloudy with a 50 percent or moderate chance of showers…Full Details

Events & Notices

Tue 24th Mar – Wed 25th Mar @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm: Initial Damage Assessment (IDA) training workshop at NDMD. Contact the NDMD at 469-1423 or email info@ndmd.kn if interested.
Thu 26th Mar – Fri 27th Mar @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm: Shelter and Shelter Management (SSM) training workshop at NDMD. Contact the NDMD at 469-1423 or email info@ndmd.kn if interested.

Climate Center

CariCOF Caribbean Climate Outlooks: February to April 2020

During the peak of the dry season, limited water availability is due to evolving (or possible) long term drought throughout the Caribbean (except French Guiana, NW Bahamas and the US Territ.). In addition, frequent dry spells and short-term drought in a majority of places may pose water stress to sensitive rainfed crops. There is marginal concern for flooding and flash floods in Belize and the islands through March, but some concern in…read more

CDPMN Caribbean Drought Bulletin – February 2020                        

Mixed conditions were seen throughout the islands of the eastern Caribbean in the month of December. Trinidad, Tobago, Grenada and Antigua were normal; St Vincent slightly dry; St Lucia and St Croix normal to slightly…read more

Know Your Shelter!

You may need to head to a shelter because of a hazard or disaster. Learn more about shelter locations, managers, capacities, etc. Do you live in St. Paul’s parish? Do you live in St. John’s parish? Do you live in St. James’ parish? Do you live in St. George’s parish? Do you live in St. Thomas’ parish?