Beat dry season by storing water!
AFTER TWO years of drought, meteorologists are forecasting general rainfall levels to return to normal for 2017.
But despite predicting more rainfall this year for Barbados, chief of applied meteorology and climatology at the Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology, Adrian Trotman, is urging Barbadians to take the dry season more seriously.
In a recent interview, Trotman said that earlier this year there was some concern about the likelihood of El Niño returning as it was present during the 2015 drought.
However, he said their predictions showed the first half of the season would be “wet” and actual events had proven that forecast true. (AD)
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