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Rough Seas Bulletin 6: Sea conditions improving but still slightly choppy. Rough Seas Bulletin discontinued

This is the final bulletin on Sea Conditions in Trinidad and Tobago and updates Bulletin Number 5 issued on Tuesday 12th March 2013. 

 

Sea conditions in and around Trinidad and Tobago are returning to a state of normalcy. Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) models have forecast wave heights and swells to be moderate (waves up to 2.5 metres) in open waters. Reports have indicated that shorelines of Trinidad and Tobago are experiencing normal to moderate sea conditions (waves 2.0 to 2.5 metres). There still remains a slight choppiness near shorelines, in particular Tobago. These conditions can be exacerbated during high tide but will gradually return to a normal state. 

 

AT THIS TIME THEREFORE, THE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE IS DISCONTINUING FURTHER STATEMENTS RELEVANT TO THE PREVIOUSLY DISTURBED STATE OF THE SEA. 

 

As a precautionary measure, small craft operators, sea bathers and ALL marine interests are asked to proceed carefully as the waters return to its original state

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