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For the period late afternoon, evening and tonight -

Trinidad, Tobago & the Remainder of the Lesser Antilles: Patchy cloudiness and breezy conditions are expected with light to moderate showers in varying localities and the chance of a heavy afternoon/evening shower.

Tonight, a few light to moderate showers are expected in a few areas.

Seas: Normal to Moderate with waves up to two point five metres in open water, below one metre in sheltered areas.

 

Caribbean Travel Weather - Tuesday May 23rd, 2017

For the period evening and tonight:

Trinidad, Tobago & the Southern Windwards: Continuing dull, hazy, warm but at times breezy conditions will be interrupted by intermittent cloudy spells accompanied by light to moderate showers.

There could be some moisture coming through late on Saturday and into Sunday, but there will be a big, thick plume of Saharan dust right behind it come Monday.

Many parts of Jamaica are seeing some showers but there should be some brightness by the end of the weekend. There will also be some cloudiness stretching out towards Antigua and other parts of the Northern Leeward Islands.

Just when you thought it could not get dustier, Meteorologist Ean Wallace is here to tell us differently.

Look for haze and dull skies with few clouds, leading to a clear night.

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says despite cloudiness overnight and Friday, there seems to be no letting up in the Saharan dust.

There's more rain forecast for Jamaica, a flash flood warning continues in many parishes, especially those in low lying areas. Meteorologist Ean Wallace has your Caribbean Travel Weather report.

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