This means we can look forward to minimal amounts of rain over the period.
News Power Now spoke with Climatologist Kenneth Kerr who provided details on this forecast.
A reduction in water levels and water flows is also expected during the March to May period, while bush and forest fire potential is also likely to occur.
The Met Office also notes that an increase in the number, duration and intensity of consecutive hot days and nights can lead to short duration hot spells.
Mean maximum temperatures are expected to be warmer than the average 32.2 degrees in Trinidad and 31.2 in Tobago, the forecast says.