The heavy rain that dominated most of the last three days should be done by tomorrow, according to the forecast by the Met Office.
The Met Office says patchy cloudiness with showers will occur in varying localities mainly after midnight but notes that there is just a 40% chance of thunderstorm activity in few areas towards dawn.
It says that tomorrow, showers will occur in varying localities with improvement expected after late morning.
The country has seen persistent rainfall over the last few days, which the authorities say is normal activity for a tropical island at this time of the year.
There was 51.5 mm of accumulation in Trinidad and 9.6 mm in Tobago between 2pm Tuesday and 2pm today.
More in the weather forecast with Seigonie Mohammed in the 7pm newscast tonight.