Tropical depression downgraded

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11 a.m. update: The National Hurricane Center has issued its last advisory on Tropical Depression Two after the system degenerated into a tropical wave.

There are no coastal watches or warnings in effect.

At 11 a.m. the centre of the remnants of Tropical Depression Two was located near latitude 14.0 north, longitude 56.0 west. The remnants are moving quickly westward at 25 mph/41 km/h.  Maximum sustained winds at 35 mph or 55 km/h.

This system should move through the Lesser Antilles this evening.

Hazards effecting land: gusty winds are possible across portions of the Windward and Leeward Islands tonight and early Thursday.

The Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1 and ends November 30.

 

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14 comments

  1. A stitch in time saves nine. I say to NEMO sort out those blocked drains around the island now before they add to the damage.

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  2. The best news source in St. Lucia...... Hands down

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  3. New advisory just been put out, it has been downgraded to a tropical wave but we should still expect wind and rain tonight.

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  4. Great job SNO. I got the news faster than ever. Keep it up !!!

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  5. Our SNO-NEMO. Great Job. You should visit the Weather Underground website (wunderground) Hurricane and Tropical cyclone. Read the Dr. Jeff Masters' Blog. Lots of information there.

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  6. Thank yoU SNO you are always on the ball, keep up the excellent work. No need to rush home to your TV or radio, SNO has all the news as it happens. Shame on the other radio stations and tv stations. SNO has taken over and moving very fast, Thank you for everything you all deserve an AWARD.

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  7. Great Job SNO.. You are my NEWS Source...Not RSL..101...

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  8. Get all kind of news in the palm of my hand, while I am on the run. I Love It.

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  9. Thanks for the weather update

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  10. Fed up of this shit

    I feel like I don't need to rush home to watch the news anymore.
    Thank you SNO.

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  11. stay on alert. this can pass right by us

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  12. Great work SNO!!
    On the ball as always.
    I am sure a lot of persons would not even have been aware of a possible system heading their way.
    This media should consider starting up a separate tropical weather update section.

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