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Rain hits campaign trail


Barry Alleyne

Rain hits campaign trail
A bicyclist moving on at Waterford Bottom, St Michael, was geared up for the inclement weather. - (Picture by Sandy Pitt.)

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THE MET OFFICE was spot on.

Barbados had a wet and windy day yesterday, with more than 50 millimetres of rain being dumped across communities, some of which led to heavy saturation in low-lying areas.

And it even affected the campaign leading into Wednesday’s by-election in St George North.

Yesterday’s inclement weather forced both the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) and the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) to postpone meetings set to be held at Thorpe’s Cottage and Bridge Cot, respectively.

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