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Met Office warns of blistering heat within the next few days while WASA is advising customers of interruption in service.

Met Office warns of blistering heat within the next few days while WASA is advising customers of interruption in service.

NEWS GRAPHIC 15The Meteorological Service Division (MSD) is warning of blistering heat for Trinidad and Tobago for the rest of this week and into weekend due to persistently hot conditions.

It has been very hot and it is going to remain this way in the coming days ahead. The dry season hottest spell to date is showing little or no indication of easing over the coming five (5) days or at least through the coming weekend.

Maximum temperatures during the day have soared above 34.8 0C during seven of the last nine days and are expected to climb to similar values over the next few days. In the cities, built up and urban areas maximum temperatures are expected to be more intense.

The hottest time of the day is between 11:00am to 2:00pm.

The Meteorological Service Division advisers the importance of wearing appropriate clothing, staying hydrated and to keep out of the sun.

Do not leave anyone in a closed, parked vehicle, especially infants, young children or even animals.

Persons are advised to avoid activities that promote open flames, fires and sparks since they have the potential to quickly develop into bush fires.


The Water and Sewerage Authority is advising customers in parts of North East Trinidad, that there will be an interruption in their water supply tomorrow, Friday 22nd April, between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

This has become necessary in order to facilitate electrical upgrade works at the North Oropouche Water Treatment Plant.

Areas to be affected include:

Sangre Grande, Guaico, Manzanilla, Coryal and environs
La Horquetta
Malabar Phases 1, 3 and 4
Tumpuna Road South, Brazil Village, San Raphael
O’Meara Road
Sunrise Park, Millennium Park
Mausica Road, Crescent Gardens
Maloney Gardens
Oropune Gardens
Golden Grove Road
Five Rivers, Arouca

Customers are advised that following the resumption of operations, it may take between 12 to 18 hours for the service to normalize to some affected areas.

For further information customers are asked to contact WASA’s Customer Call Centre toll free at 800-4420/4426.

The Authority apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks customers for their patience and understanding.


  • comment-avatar
    Jerry Hussain 2 years

    You know the sea is full of water…we just need to desalinate it or sesalt it from the NaCl. I am a chemical engineer. Nazeer Khan was over rated and a huge waste of time WASA. We can do this…call me anytime I have over 30 years engineering experience. PNM needs to stop the depotism. S. de Las is just a technician doing a job way above his level.