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TT not on cyclone watch

It said, however, that citizens should brace for more heavy rains in the ensuing days.

In a bulletin, meteorologist Bagwandeen Ramdatt said at about 8 am, yesterday, “a broad area of disturbed weather” developed approximately 2,560 km east-southeast of TT. He said as of yesterday there was a 40 per cent chance of the weather developing into a tropical cyclone over the next 24 to 48 hours and a 70 per cent chance over the next three to four days.

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Ramdatt said although there was no immediate threat, the system was being monitored as it moves across the Atlantic Ocean.

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“At this time, this is an area of disturbed weather for which the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) will be investigating and monitoring, paying particular attention to the likelihood of tropical cyclone development,” Ramdatt said.

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The Met Office advised all interests to pay close attention to information being issued by the TTMS through its website, www.metoffice.

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gov.tt or by downloading its mobile app (search: TT Met Office). It said citizens should also be mindful of the fact the region is in the hurricane season and as such, adequate preparation was advised.

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Bulletins will be issued within 24 hours.

Accuweather senior meteorologist Alex Sosnowski, meanwhile, said in a bulletin yesterday that the area of concern in the Atlantic basin was a tropical system that has been tracking westward from the coast of Africa over the past few days.

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“If this system can remain south of a zone of strong westerly winds aloft and the zone of dry air near the sea surface, then it has an opportunity to develop over the next few days,” Accuweather hurricane expert Dan Kottlowski was quoted as saying.

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Kottlowski said, however, that tropical development in this part of the Atlantic during June was rare.

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He said should ths system strengthen into a tropical storm before June 22, it would be the earliest named storm to form in this part of the Atlantic since official records were kept in 1851

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