Red Alert

While the Tropical Storm Warning has been lifted, Trinidad and Tobago still remains under a Red Level Riverine Flood Alert until 4pm on Monday 23rd, September.

This means that while we are no longer under the threat of the storm, Trinidad and Tobago may still experience heavy downpours and thundershowers in some areas.

The Red Level Riverine Flood Alert means that while rainfall may have subsided, watercourses are still under very serious threat of overflowing their banks which could mean that surrounding areas are also under the threat of being flooded.

Caution is still strongly advised.


Based on what's happening the world over due to Covid-19, the focus is on what's happening with volleyball in this country. Had it not been for the pandemic, domestic competitions would have been on and national teams would have been making preparations for tournaments.

The Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association (THTA) is today expressing its disappointment over the proposed distribution of the recently announced $50M Tourism Grant to be administered by the Tobago Tourism Agency Ltd (TTAL).

With projections of a wetter than average rainy season, there is the propensity for increased flooding.