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hustla_ambition101 wrote:This heatwave we getting as of late is sickening though
EFFECTIC DESIGNS wrote:Doubt it, we too far south, no evidence suggests that we will just be included in the hurricane belt at all
As it stands we are definitely outside the hurricane belt
adnj wrote:Trinidad is outside of the hurricane belt but has been hit by hurricanes and tropical storms. I doubt that many of the structures that I've seen in Trinidad will survive a hurricane, even though the building codes are written for earthquake and hurricane survival.
So far as heat is concerned, the hottest day in Trinidad on record is no hotter than many cities world wide.
maj. tom wrote:Amazing how complacent people are about a hurricane hitting Trinidad. Chaos theory is a real thing fellas. All the probability models will mean squat if the conditions are just right for it to happen. Conditions that are unpredictable happen every season.
PariaMan wrote:It was a baby storm because where we are located no time to develop
redmanjp wrote:PariaMan wrote:It was a baby storm because where we are located no time to develop
True. But storms that form further east and South could certainly hit us and cause a lot of damage.
Remember Ivan? If I remember it went unusually South and put us under hurricane warning. Then luckily it bypassed us and wiped out Grenada.
NHC wrote:A tropical wave located about midway between the west coast of
Africa and the Lesser Antilles is producing a large area of
disorganized showers and thunderstorms. Some slight development
of this system is possible during the next day or two before
environmental conditions become unfavorable. This wave is expected
to move westward at about 15 mph during the next few days.
* Formation chance through 48 hours...low...10 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days...low...10 percent.