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As of 6 PM on Sunday, T&T was put under a Tropical Storm warning. C News Meteorologist Ean Wallace explains the implication of the warning. Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and its Dependencies will therefore be mostly exposed to Tropical Storm conditions from Monday night into Tuesday.

The disturbance is expected to produce total rainfall accumulations of 50 to 125mm over Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and its Dependencies from Monday night through Tuesday. Gusty winds and street/flash flooding are likely in areas of heavy showers or thundershowers. The possibility of landslides/landslips exists.

There will be a lot more rain over the next few days and local waters are set to remain moderate choppy this weekend for boaters and fisher-folk.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace tells us there's a strong Tropical Wave developing in the Eastern Atlantic. Though it has a low chance of developing, it will be a large rainmaker. 

It's been a wet start to the weekend and Meteorologist Ean Wallace forecasts more rain on Saturday and Sunday.

Cricket fans braved a wet day in St Lucia and eyes are turned toward a low-pressure brewing near Africa. Meteorologist Ean Wallace has the latest. 

Quite a bit of cloudiness and more rainfall to come. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says Tropical Waves will be bringing some moisture come Sunday or Monday.

It's been a wet and blustery day throughout the islands. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says there are still be some damp spots across the islands, particularly in the Northern parts of Tobago in the morning period. 

It's the start of the Hurricane Season and so far, the Caribbean and the Atlantic have been quiet. Meteorologist Ean Wallace says though that there are a couple of Tropical Waves that will be dragging in some moisture.

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