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Media Release Overnight Rainfall Expected-June 09 2013

Media Release Overnight Rainfall Expected-June 09 2013

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A Division of the Ministry of National Security
Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management4A Orange Grove Road,Trincity, TacariguaPhone: 1 (868) 640-1285Fax: 1 (868) 640-8988
Media Release
Sunday June 9, 2013
 – 
6:00pm
TTMET FORECASTS MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL AND THUNDERSHOWER ACTIVITY OVERNIGHT 
According to the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service, Trinidad and Tobago arecurrently experiencing few cloudy periods with accompanying rain and showers. TheTrinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is agreeing with Model outputs of deteriorating weather conditions, particularly over Trinidad, overnight into earlymorning. Intermittent rain and showers some of which would be moderate to heavy, andat times thundery, are therefore anticipated. The rainfall activity is as a result of the passage of a Tropical Wave. Rainfall accumulations are forecast to be between 20 to 25millimetres. Noting the amount of rainfall that is forecast to occur, the possibility of moderate to severe cases of localized street and flash flooding is likely in the vicinity of  prolonged rainfall or heavy downpours. Gusty winds in excess of 45 km/hr at times arealso possible.The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is closely monitoring this weather situation alongside the ODPM and will update the public accordingly. First responder agencies are on alert in order to render assistance to those who may be impacted. Citizensare asked to remain vigilant and to p
lease continue to contact the ODPM’s customer care
centre at 511 for information and to report any adverse effects experienced. Please listento reports from broadcast stations and
see the ODPM’s f 
acebook/twitter and website for more information on how to prepare for and respond to flooding and landslides.

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