Ramish and Leela

It will be a damp start to Tuesday and Meteorologist Ean Wallace warns that already waterlogged areas could see more rains, and more floods.

A Tropical Wave is set to come across the Eastern Caribbean, bringing a few showers. 

Showers expected overnight.

There will be some relief from the rains this weekend, but Meteorologist Ean Wallace is putting us on alert that another Tropical Wave is just around the corner.

The Caribbean is mostly settled at this time. 

Spells of rain and dreary conditions on Friday night but there will be fewer showers into the weekend. Expect more wet weather at the start of the work week. 

Meteorologist Ean Wallace says T&T is set to see more showers. Residents should be mindful of swollen rivers overflowing their banks. 

Tropical Waves are bringing showers but there will be sunshine in areas like St. Vincent, Barbados and most of the Leeward Islands.

Additional rainfall is in the forecast for Friday, and citizens are being urged to exercise caution in flooded areas. 

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