- published: 09 Nov 2015
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rainy weather in grenada, west indies
As of 6 PM on Sunday, T&T was put under a Tropical Storm warning. C News Meteorologist Ean Wallace explains the implication of the warning. Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and its Dependencies will therefore be mostly exposed to Tropical Storm conditions from Monday night into Tuesday. The disturbance is expected to produce total rainfall accumulations of 50 to 125mm over Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and its Dependencies from Monday night through Tuesday. Gusty winds and street/flash flooding are likely in areas of heavy showers or thundershowers. The possibility of landslides/landslips exists.
Trinidad and Tobago is not under any Tropical Storm Warning or Watch as rains from Tropical Don are spreading over the Windward Islands. Grenada and St. Vincent are under Tropical Storm Warning. Meteorologist Ean Wallace spoke with Grenada forecaster John Peters who’s worried about Don's rain.
www.undergroundworldnews.com The Kick 'em Jenny submarine volcano near the island of Grenada may erupt within hours and could pose a tsunami threat for countries in the Caribbean, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says. "Should a tsunami occur, waves would reach Grenada within just a few minutes. If the tsunami were large enough to expand further, it would reach St. Vincent within 10 minutes, Martinique and Tobago within about 30 minutes, and Barbados within about 40 minutes," the warning center said in a statement. A very large tsunami could potentially reach the northern coast of Venezuela to the south and the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico within an hour and a half. http://bnonews.com/news/index.php/news/967
Here's some awesome footage of the International Drag Racing event hosted in Grenada Oct. 9-11 2015. Despite the terrible weather all weekend and the many parts that were broken, the event was still a successful and fun event. Enjoy! Cycles by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
Sunday October 12, 2008
Sunday October 12, 2008
The atmosphere in grenada and Carriacou was festive with a mix of national pride and carnival festivities. The weather forecast was generally fair, with moderate waves. It was in this spirit, an excited group left the shores of levera st. Patricks at approx 5pm sunday evening, destined for Carriacou, when tragedy struck. The boat in which they were travelling encountered some difficulty, causing it to overturn. The police have confirmed recovery of 6 persons so far, with one fatality.
At 4 am, the alarm went off. We had every intention of making a daylight sail (80 miles) from Chaguaramas, Trinidad to Prickly Bay, Grenada. The fuel dock in Chaguaramas was out of fuel but we didn't want to wait for another weather window to leave and have to sit in their dirty waters with a newly painted bottom. We had less than 1/4 of a tank, but the forecast was optimistic (15 knots dead out of the east) and with a clean bottom, we should have made good time. Our first delay was a 200lb rock anchor entwined in our anchor rode. It took 63 minutes of working halyards, lines, winches, and boat hooks to work it free while drifting around Chaguaramas in the dark. The sound of the rock anchor unraveling from our chain was like music to the ears. Little did we know, that was really ...
Resident of St. Andrew and parts of St. Patrick can expect continued unstable weather conditions as according to the Meteorological Office and NaDMA, an upper level trough continues to affect those parts of the island. Cloudiness, pockets of moderate to heavy showers, thunderstorms and occasional gusty winds spread across St. Andrew and parts of St. Patrick overnight leaving floods, landslides and other damage in its path. In Tivoli and Moyah St. Andrew, some people were left homeless, while others narrowly escaped losing their homes. Tonnia St. Louis Lawrence traveled up to St. Andrew to bring you that story.
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This is our third winter stay (4 months) in Grenada. This charming English speaking Caribbean Island is perfect (weather, natural beauty, safe & gracious people) for active retired seniors wanting to spend their winters in warmer climates. Like all small Island countries, the cost of living is generally higher than the U.S. since practically everything must be imported. On the other hand, everything that really matters for a wonderful life is here in great abundance and at little or no cost. -- Roy & Connie