As of 6 PM (GMT-4) The Argyle International Airport, Gas stations and Supermarkets will be closed on St. Vincent and the Grenadines. All other Businesses through out the country will be closed by 4 PM latest.
A Tropical Storm Warning means that tropical storm conditions are imminent within the warning area, generally within 36 hours.
At 11:00 am Tropical Storm ‘Dorian’ was centered near 12.3 North…57.7 West or about 245 miles (395 km) east-southeast of St. Vincent. Maximum sustained winds are near 60 mph (95km/h), with tropical-storm-force winds now extending outward up to 45 miles (75 km) from the center. The minimum central pressure is 1002
mb (29.59 inches).
“Dorian” is now moving towards the west north-west at 14 mph (22 km/h) and on this track, the center of the system is expected to pass near or over St. Vincent early Tuesday morning.
Sustained surface winds between 58 to 70 mph (93 to 113km/h) with higher gusts are expected to spread across St. Vincent and the Grenadines early Tuesday morning, persisting into the afternoon.
In addition, pockets of moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected to move across the islands from early Tuesday morning. Rainfall accumulations of at least 3 to 8 inches (75 to 200 mm) are possible with isolated higher amounts. As a result, some flash-flooding are likely in low-lying areas and near rivers and
Large easterly to south-easterly swells of 2.5 to 3.5 meters (8 to 12 feet) are also forecast to accompany the system. Low-lying coastlines around the islands will be particularly vulnerable at times of high tide. Large waves and dangerous rip-tides can be expected. These will create unsafe conditions for small-craft operators and fishermen.
A High-Surf Advisory and Small-Craft Warning is now in effect until 6pm, Tuesday 27th August, 2019. Sea-bathers and other users of the sea are advised to stay out of the water.
In this case, a Small-craft Warning means that mean wind-speeds of 50 to 60 knots (93 to 113km/h) and/or seas equal to or greater than 3 meters (10 feet) will be affecting the marine area.
A High-Surf Advisory is issued when breaking wave action poses a threat to life and property within the surf zone.
High Tide are expected around:
1:37 pm today, and 2:20 am and 2:24 pm on Tuesday
Residents are advised to make the necessary preparations and keep updated on the progress of this system.
The next Advisory will be at 6 pm, today, Monday, 26th August 2019
Weather report Prepared by Mr. Billy Jeffers
Advisory # 4 on Tropical Storm “Dorian”
Dorian Jerry Pablo
season, formed over the North-western Atlantic.
Be prepared this hurricane season!!
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Dr. Shallow, who is also president of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association, replaced Dominican Emmanuel Nanthan who did not run for re-election.
The President of the Grenada Cricket Association, Dwain Gill, was also elected as the new Windwards Islands Director on the board of Cricket West Indies, joining Julian Charles as the second of the WICBC’s representatives.
Gill has a long history in Caribbean cricket coaching, management and administration. He is a CWI Level Two Coaching Certification holder, where his skills have been utilized for the West Indies Under-19, Windward Islands Under-15 and Grenada teams at all levels.
Gill has also regularly held management roles including for the St Lucia CPL Franchise, Global T20 Canada, the West Indies A Team, and the World Champion 2016 Under 19 Team.
He is a Director on the WICBC and Windward Cricket Inc. that oversees the PCL franchise, Windwards Volcanoes.
“The appointment is another opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the overall development of West Indies Cricket. I am humbled and honoured and will continue to devote time and attention to West Indies Cricket as I’ve done all my life”, said Gill.
The 35 year old Shallow expressed his enthusiasm at the added responsibility.
“My love for this game is immeasurable, and I am tremendously honored to be given the opportunity to serve cricket across the region and to be in a leadership role to advance Caribbean cricket,” said Shallow.
Dr. Shallow has been a director of WICBC for five years, and prior to becoming the Vice-President of CWI, he served as a director of the regional body for two years.
Summary of Results:
President – Dr. Kishore Shallow
Vice President – Julian Charles
Directors to CWI – Julian Charles and Dwain Gill
Alternates – Patrick Felix and Miles Bascombe
Selectors – Steve Mohorn (chairman), Roland Wilkinson, Greg Wilson, and Trevor Shillingford
Treasurer – Dougal James
Secretary – Kezron Walters
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