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Met Office: Brace for rough weekend weather*

THE Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service announced yesterday that it was monitoring an area of weather east of the country with the potential to become a tropical cyclone. Citizens have also been warned to watch out for gusty winds and street and flash flooding that may accompany heavy showers and thunder showers from last night into today. In a 2 p.m. bulletin on its website, meteorologist Saide Shakeer stated that a broad area of disturbed weather was located approximately 3,000 kilometres south-east of Trinidad and Tobago.

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“Over the last 24 hours, this area of disturbed weather has become better organised,” Shakeer stated.

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“There is a low chance (20 per cent) of tropical cyclone development over the next 24 to 48 hours, however, this increases to a medium chance (40 per cent) over the next three to four days.” The Met Service has suggested that all interests in T&T monitor the progress of this system and pay close attention to its updates and bulletins, which will be posted to the website at www.metoffice.gov.tt

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