rough seas

Be careful at the beaches - rough seas bulletin now in effect

The Met Office is above-normal sea conditions and is warning sea bathers and marine interests to be cautious.

The following is a bulletin issued by the Met Office at 12.30 pm Wednesday.

"Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that sea conditions being experienced in open waters around Trinidad and Tobago are moderate to rough with wave heights reaching up to 3.0 metres.

Rough seas bulletin discontinued

Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that sea conditions over the last 6 hours have been gradually improving along affected coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago, a statement from the Met Office said.

Currently, sea conditions are moderate, with wave heights reaching up to 2.5 metres in open waters and near 1.0 metre in sheltered areas.

Additionally, Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) models forecast sea conditions to improve further and gradually return to a state of normalcy over the next 24 hours.

Met Office discontinues rough seas bulletin

The Met Office has discontinued the rough seas bulletin that has been in place over the last week.

A statement by the Met Office says it has seen improving sea conditions but it is maintaining a warning to seafarers to exercise caution.

The following is the Met Office's latest statement:

"Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that sea conditions over the last 24 hours have been gradually improving along affected coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago.

Met Office continues rough sea warning

The Met Office says wave can reach as high as three metres in open waters on the northeast coast of Tobago over the next day and a half.

The Met Office has maintained its rough seas outlook in its latest bulletin.

"Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that sea conditions over the last 24 hours continue to be moderate occasionally rough.

Rough seas to continue for next 3-4 days

The Met Office is warning that rough sea conditions will continue for the next three to four days.

The latest bulletin on sea conditions was issued this morning.

"Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that although there has been some improvement in sea conditions, above normal seas are still being experienced along the exposed coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago, particularly the north and east coasts.

Latest Met Office bulletin maintains rough seas warning

The Met Office has issued another bulletin continue the rough seas warning on the coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago.

The latest bulletin was issued just after noon today.

"Buoy data as well as reports reaching the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service indicate that rough seas are being experienced along the exposed coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago, particularly the north and east coasts.

Met Office warns of rough sea conditions

The Met Office is warning of rough sea conditions to affect the northern and western coastlines of Trinidad and Tobago over the next 24 to 48 hours.

The following is a statement issued by the Met Office today.

"The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is informing the Public of a northerly long period swell event that is forecast to begin affecting northern and western coastlines of Tobago from tonight.

These swells are being generated by a disturbance in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.

Met Office warns of rough seas

The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service says buoy data as well as reports reaching the Met Service indicate that sea conditions being experienced around Trinidad and Tobago continue to be rough with wave heights reaching 3 metres in open waters and near 1 metre and choppy at times in sheltered areas.

The Met Office says this is attributed to relatively strong winds in the lower levels of the atmosphere, which are agitating the surface of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea.

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