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Today’s Weather: Thursday 23rd March 2023


Temperature: 25°C / 76°F
Humidity: 82%
Sea Level Pressure: 1017.4mbs or 30.04″
Winds: East-northeast at 14 to 21 mph.
Seas: 1.2 to 1.8 metres or 4 to 6 feet.
Sunset: Today 6:23 pm
Sunrise: Tomorrow 6:13 am
Today’s Forecast (7 am): Weather today: Partly sunny skies in general with a 20 percent or slight chance of a brief passing shower. Weather tonight: Fair to partly cloudy and cool conditions with a 40 percent or moderate chance of brief passing overnight showers…Full Details


Let us Listen: Speaks to the natural hazards common to countries in the Caribbean, while recognizing different impacts among them – performed at the Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management and Financial Resilience Workshop for Overseas Countries and Territories in the Caribbean, held in Aruba in November 2022.

Climate Center

Flash Flood Potential Outlook (Experimental): Mar to May 2023

High flash flood potential in Central & Eastern Cuba, southern Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and northern Suriname; moderate to high potential in the northern Bahamas, northern Belize, Dominica, Guyana…read more

CariCOF Caribbean Climate Outlooks: March to May 2023

Summary: “The Pacific is transitioning into ENSO neutral — or possibly even El Niño conditions — and ocean temperatures around the Caribbean are expected to be close to average. This makes it difficult to…read more

CDPMN Caribbean Drought Bulletin – March 2023

With conditions possibly shifting from La Nina to El Nino in the Pacific, some uncertainty lies regarding conditions in the Caribbean for the latter half of the 2023 dry season. Near-normal conditions across the…read more

Caribbean Tourism Climatic Bulletin: March – May 2023

Climate risk management linked to enhancing visitor health and safety, remains a critical factor in ensuring tourism sector resilience…read more


CCRIF Leeward Islands Earthquake Final Event Briefing: 20 January 2023

EXCERPT: Under CCRIF’s loss calculation protocol, a report using the CCRIF SPHERA model is produced for any earthquake with a magnitude greater than or equal to 5.0 that occurs within the region monitored by CCRIF and which generates a peak ground acceleration of at least 0.01 g in one or more grid cells of at least one CCRIF member country. Based on the SPHERA footprint for this earthquake, peak ground acceleration of up to 0.020 g was estimated in Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts and Nevis and Dominica (Figure 2), but under the SPHERA model, the earthquake generated a loss estimation of zero.

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