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Heavy rainfall and flooding in parts of Saint Lucia

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For two hours, the heavens poured down incessantly over every square footage of Saint Lucia. The movay tuh, prompted flooding in various locations. This came as a surprise for commuters when the announcement came through by the Saint Lucia met office of flash flooding. The flooding is Associated to a weather system north of the island that impacted the island on Wednesday October 30th. The Met Office discontinued the flood warning for Saint Lucia at approximately 5pm. Senior News correspondent Cecile Actille reports.

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Gonzalo on Track! Saint Lucia remains under Tropical Storm warning

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The Saint Lucia Meteorological Services on Friday continued to closely monitor the progress of Tropical storm Gonzalo. Gonzalo moves west-north-westward with an increase in forward speed is expected through the weekend.
On this track the center of Gonzalo is expected to pass south of Saint Lucia on Saturday.
Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports

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Above- normal predictions for 2020 hurricane season

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A June 1 marked the commencement of the Atlantic hurricane season, The Saint Lucia Meteorological disclosed that the combination of several climate factors is driving the strong likelihood for above-normal activity in the Atlantic for 2020.
An average hurricane season produces 12 named storms, of which six become hurricanes, including three major hurricanes.

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Schools Out Early due to Flash Flood Warnings

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Schools Out Early due to Flash Flood Warnings

 

The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development wishes to inform Parents and guardians that due to heavy rains and a flash flood advisory from the Saint Lucia Met Services,  you should pickup your child or ward at the soonest from all schools on the island.

 

Flash flood warnings are currently in effect for Saint Lucia, today Wednesday 30th October

 Students, who are not picked up, will remain at school under the care and supervision of school administrators. Please make every effort to safely pick up your child or ward.

 

The Ministry do apologises for any inconvenienced caused. 

 

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