Persons in parts of south Trinidad are expected to be the hardest hit by heavy rains, in the bad weather predicted by the Met Office, in its current Alert.
In the bulletin issued on Wednesday, the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service said the Adverse Weather Alert #2 – Yellow Level, is in effect from noon Thursday to 6:00 p.m. Friday.
It explained that yellow level means that there is the potential for negative impacts.
Speaking with News Power Now, Meteorologist Alex Young explained what can be expected in the coming days.
However, damage can be avoided if persons take the necessary precautions to preserve life and property.
In such circumstances, the National Emergency Operations Centre urges all persons to remain vigilant in light of the Adverse Weather Alert, by taking the necessary precautions to preserve life and property.
If impacted by the adverse weather, persons are advised to contact their Municipal Corporation or the Tobago Emergency Management Agency through its toll-free hotline numbers.
The Met Services has underscored that Trinidad and Tobago is not currently under any tropical storm or hurricane threat, watch or warning.