The Tropical Storm Warning designation issued for Grenada and its dependencies on Monday has been discontinued as the threat moved away from the state.
At 5 am, the disturbance was centred near latitude 11.3°North, longitude 65.4°West, approximately 223 nautical miles southwest of Grenada.
Though the system’s axis has passed the country, its outer bands are still expected to create cloudy to overcast conditions with moderate to heavy scattered showers, thundershowers and gusty winds as strong convective activity remains in the vicinity of the disturbance. A marine advisory remains in place as rough seas prevail.
Throughout the night, NaDMA received several reports of flooding, power outage and blocked roads. Preliminary assessments will continue on Wednesday to determine the overall impact of the tropical system on the island.
NaDMA advises the general public to be cautious when travelling on our nation’s roads and please report all blocked pathways, flooded areas and other direct or indirect impacts from the system.
Reports can be made to NaDMA’s Secretariat on telephone numbers 440-8390 – 4.
NaDMA through the Meteorological Office will continue to monitor the system and provide timely updates.
NaDMA, the official source for all disaster-related information in Grenada.