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Unsettled weather continues
Submitted by Lindsay Thompson / NEMA   
Friday, 31 May 2013 05:23

NASSAU, The Bahamas – A MID TO UPPER LEVEL TROUGH IN COMBINATION WITH AN UNSTABLE AIR MASS WILL CONTINUE TO GENERATE UNSETTLED WEATHER ACROSS THE BAHAMAS, THE DEPARTMETN OF METEROLOGY ADVISES FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013.

WARNINGS:  SMALL CRAFT SHOULD REMAIN IN PORT AND SWIMMERS SHOULD REMAIN ON SHORE DUE TO ROUGH SEAS AND DANGEROUS RIP CURRENTS.

FOR THE NORTHWEST BAHAMAS, VARIABLE CLOUDINESS AND BREEZY WITH FEW RAINY INTERVALS, SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.

WINDS:  EAST-SOUTHEAST AT 15 TO 20 KNOTS

SEAS RUNNING:  4 TO 7 FEET OVER THE OCEAN

FOR THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST BAHAMAS

WEATHER:  CLOUDY TO OVERCAST AND WINDY WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS, WIDESPREAD RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS

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Heavy rain expected today
Submitted by Lindsay Thompson / NEMA   
Thursday, 30 May 2013 06:15

NASSAU, The Bahamas - A moist unstable air mass continues to linger over The Bahamas creating unsettled weather across the islands, the Bahamas Department of Meteorology has advised.

The weather will be cloudy to overcast and very windy conditions today and tonight, with widespread rain and thunderstorms, some of which can be heavy at times.

The winds will be east to southeast at 20-25 knots this morning but increasing to 20 to 30 knots by this afternoon.

The seas will be running 6 -9 feet this morning but building to 7-11 feet tonight.

That moist unstable air mass that affected the country for the week will gradually move out of the area by Friday night, bringing clearing skies, the Met Department says.

The National Emergency Management Agency will continue to monitor the weather situation until it no longer poses a threat to the country.  Report any concerns to NEMA at 242-322-6081/5

 
Severe weather warnings discontinued
Submitted by Lindsay Thompson / NEMA   
Thursday, 23 May 2013 06:32

NASSAU, The Bahamas - The severe weather warning issued for Abaco, Northern Berry Islands and Bimini have been discontinued by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology at 10 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, 2013.

At  10:00 o’clock, radar and satellite observations indicate that the strong clusters of thunderstorms located over the mentioned islands have significantly weakened and were moving out of the area in a northeasterly direction.

Residents may still experience some shower and thunderstorm activity overnight, however no severe activity is expected.

Widespread localized flooding continues to be an issue and residents should stay out of standing water.

 
Special weather alert for the next 24 hours
Submitted by Lindsay Thompson / NEMA   
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 19:03

THIS IS A SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY AT 6:00 PM, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013.

AN AREA OF MOIST AND UNSTABLE WEATHER COMBINED WITH AN UPPER LEVEL TROF COVERING THE BAHAMAS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR UNSETTLED WEATHER ACROSS THE NORTHWEST AND PARTS OF THE CENTRAL BAHAMAS FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

RESIDENTS AND BOATERS IN THE NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL BAHAMAS SHOULD REMAIN ALERT FOR THE POSSIBLITY OF STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS AND BE QUICK TO TAKE ACTION TO PROTECT LIFE AND PROPERTY SHOULD WARNINGS BE ISSUED.

THESE THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING STRONG GUSTY WINDS, DANGEROUS LIGHTNING, WATERSPOUTS AND POSSIBLE TORNADIC ACTIVITY DURING THE PERIOD. CONTINUE TO LISTEN TO FUTURE ALERTS ON THE WEATHER AFFECTING THE ISLANDS DURING THE BNEXT 24 HOURS.

 

 
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