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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.

It was a damp and dreary day across T&T. Meteorologist Ean Wallace says there could be more clouds and rain later tonight and tomorrow. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says the view from space shows cloudiness over Trinidad and Tobago. Rain clouds are set to dampen both islands this evening and overnight with heavy showers and thunderclouds possible along hillsides.

It's another week as we go further into the Wet Season. June begins the first peak of the Wet Season and our Meteorologist Ean Wallace checks on the rain clouds that are gathering once more.

It's the Hurricane Season and everyone is watching what's happening out in the Atlantic. Meteorologist Ean Wallace has the forecast for Caribbean travellers. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says clouds are continuing to build over Trinidad and Tobago and there will be continuing moisture, courtesy of the ITCZ, for a few more days.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says most areas across the Eastern Caribbean should remain settled but there could be some passing showers in a few places.

There are dark clouds around and showers are not far behind. Ean Wallace has the details. 

Clouds and showers are set to creep across East and South Trinidad. Meteorologist Ean Wallace says the weak trough passing after midnight may not only add moisture, but a humid feel.

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