‘Active’ storm season in store
THE CHIEF METEOROLOGIST at the Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology says predictions are that this year’s hurricane season could be slightly more active than usual.
Kathy-Ann Caesar said while last month was relatively dry, June has seen a gradual increase in shower activity as waves start rolling off the African coast.
“This week has been a little bit more active than usual where we are seeing three waves, one of which has the potential to develop into a tropical storm,” she said.
However, she advised people not to get “too excited” because “we have these all the time but our caution is to watch and prepare”. (HLE)
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