Tropical Storm Warning discontinued for Trinidad and Tobago; warnings, watch in effect for 5 other countries

By Trinidad Guardian

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A pedestrian walksthrough flood waters along Broadway and the South Quay intersection Port-of-Spain. Photo: ROBERTO CODALLO

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The gov­ern­ment of Trinidad and To­ba­go has dis­con­tin­ued the Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing for Trinidad and To­ba­go, the Na­tion­al Hur­ri­cane Cen­tre re­ports.

It says a Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing is now in ef­fect for Grena­da and its de­pen­den­cies and St Vin­cent and the Grenadines.

A Trop­i­cal Storm Watch is in ef­fect for

* U.S. Vir­gin Is­lands

* Puer­to Ri­co, in­clud­ing Vieques and Cule­bra

* British Vir­gin Is­lands

A Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing means that trop­i­cal storm con­di­tions are ex­pect­ed some­where with­in the warn­ing area.

A Trop­i­cal Storm Watch means that trop­i­cal storm con­di­tions are pos­si­ble with­in the watch area, gen­er­al­ly with­in 48 hours.

In­ter­ests else­where in the Less­er An­tilles re told they should mon­i­tor the progress of Karen.

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