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- Two waves to our east......
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2020 07:59:05 -0400
Greetings All,

The two waves, one labeled #10 the other a tropical wave will be of no impact to the Caribbean. Both are being pushed well to our North and out into the Atlantic. 

Harry
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- Potential Tropical Cyclone 9
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2020 15:01:37 +0000

Good morning everyone,

 

This one has been a “potential” for a long time.

 

Squally showers to start the morning off with and some strong gusts of wind. Things are starting to brighten up and the wind reducing in intensity. We still have some more showers around in the area so I expect some squally conditions if they pass our way.

 

Attached some pictures:

 

  1. A casualty. Had a branch come down on a Cedar Tree.

 

  1. The view first thing this morning. Low cloud and showers. In the twilight zone.

 

  1. Guadeloupe radar at about 09:25 hours, showing St Kitts and Nevis (marked in red) in-between two areas of showers. The one to the east moving towards us.

 

Wind measurements to give an indication of what we had up in the Nevis Peak foothills so far.

 

High

Low

Average

Wind Speed

20.0 mph

4.0 mph

12.3 mph

Wind Gust

34.0 mph

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24.2 mph

Wind Direction

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ENE

 

So far at my location the rain measure is 0.45 inches.

 

Regards,

 

Frank Goodwill

 

Pond Hill Weather Station

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

 

Pond Hill WeatherCAM

https://assets1.webcam.io/w/9jBOB9/latest.jpg

 

Nevis Weather

https://nevisstorm.blogspot.com/

 

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- On the lighter side
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2020 09:29:54 -0400
Greetings All,

The storm has pass almost as quickly as it appeared. Skies lightening up, some wind and no more rain. Station reports .70” rain since midnight. 

Harry
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- Flash Flood Watch including Nevis
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2020 05:02:56 +0000

FLASH FLOOD WATCH STATEMENT

TAPA
BULLETIN
FLASH FLOOD WATCH
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES
9:30 PM ECT TUE JUL 28 2020

...Flash Flood Watch in Effect for Antigua, Barbuda, Nevis and Anguilla...

The Antigua and Barbuda Meteorological Service has issued a flash flood watch for flash-flood prone areas of the above-mentioned islands. The flash flood threat level is moderate and there is the potential for significant impacts in the watch area. To be safe, implement you flood plan.

Timing: Wednesday.

Synopsis: Heavy showers associated with Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine are expected to move across the area. Rainfall rates of 50 mm (2 in) per hour or more will produce minor flooding and may produce moderate or worse flash flooding. One to three inches of rain is possible on Wednesday, with isolated higher totals. 

Potential Impacts: Localised disruption to transportation; interruption of school hours; localised population displacement; erosion; environmental degradation; localised damage to dams, embankment, irrigation and drainage facilities; high sediments transport into reservoir; localised disruption to communication; localised contamination of potable water; localised loss of livestock; financial losses; injuries; temporary stoppage of health services and damage to infrastructure.

Precautionary/preparedness actions: A flash flood watch means that flooding is possible but not imminent in the watch area. Residents in these areas should make preparations to protect life, property and livelihood against flooding and be prepared to move to higher ground, if heavy rains develop.

Stay tuned to updates coming out of the ABMS Met Office via antiguamet.com

FORECASTER
DALE DESTIN

 

 

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Nevis Weather

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- 6pm data
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 18:12:32 -0400
Greetings All,

Pulled this very latest data from TCWP Site. 
Maybe a bit lower on winds for Nevis. Central pressure not dropping  very fast which bodes well for not strengthening so far. Eleven pm will tell. The 

At 1800 UTC, 28 July 2020, DISTURBANCE NINE (AL09) was located in the North Atlantic basin at 14.1°N and 54.9°W. The current intensity was 35 kt and the center was moving at 22 kt at a bearing of 285 degrees. The minimum central pressure was 1007

Stay safe. 

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- 11 am update
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 13:56:48 -0400
Greetings All,

According to NHC 11 am report, a track and wind forcast has been published. They admit to a lot of uncertainties with this storm. 
It will be forming over the Leeward’s as it approaches and moves past. Looks like winds will be in the 40-50 mph range with lots of sideways blowing rain. 
Veranda furniture will get wet. So prepare as you will. 

Harry
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- Tuesday A Bright Start
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 14:49:59 +0000

Good morning all,

 

My previous post shows the fine start to today (Tuesday). I got ahead of myself posting it.

 

Saharan Dust is back with us in a small way leading to some slightly hazy conditions. A little breezy up in the Nevis Peak foothills with an average windspeed of 9 mph and a gust of 24 mph.

 

AL92 seems to have sucked in some of that dry air over the past few days therefore slowing down its development into something more serious. A large area of showers is associated with it so we wait and see what arrives. The NHC have upped the formation of a tropical cyclone to 80% chance in two days and 90% chance in five.

 

Pond Hill Weather Station

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

 

Pond Hill WeatherCAM

https://assets1.webcam.io/w/9jBOB9/latest.jpg

 

Nevis Weather

https://nevisstorm.blogspot.com/

 

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- Weather
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevisislander at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 09:55:31 -0400


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- Tropical Depression still a Depression
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 06:16:50 -0400
Greetings All,

National Hurricane Center still hasn’t plotted any course or envelope of this which sort of says it’s not anywhere near a potential hurricane. 
Lots of disorganized showers with possible heavy rain and gusty winds can be expected tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon. Best guess is a tropical storm will develope in our neighborhood and move into the Caribbean Sea as a storm. After that a possible hurricane. 

Still keep posted every few hours to be safe. 

Harry
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- AL92 Uncertainty.
  • By ‪Frank Goodwill‬ <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2020 14:47:23 -0400
Good afternoon all,

Today has been a Tropical Wave day, cloudy with some sunshine and a couple of light showers. A number of showers are on the Guadeloupe radar to the east of us as the wave passes. Small island in a big sea, they easily miss us.

A couple pictures of the view. Cloudy and sunny. Nevis Peak and a passing shower.

Meanwhile further to the east is disturbance AL92. A lack of development overnight looks as if it has prompted the NHC to downgrade cyclone formation by 10% at 2pm today.

Will the centre pass to the north (lighter winds) or the south (stronger winds)? We await nature to let us know.

Whether it remains an active tropical wave or becomes a Tropical Storms when it reaches us still means wind and rain.

So nothing for certain at the moment.

Prepare for the worse, but hope for the best. Don't leave it to late.

2 pm NHC forecast.

"Shower activity associated with a broad area of low pressure located about 1000 miles east of the Windward Islands has changed little in organization since this morning. Environmental conditions are expected to become somewhat more favorable for development during the next few days and a tropical depression or tropical storm is likely to form during that time frame. The system is forecast to move westward to west-northwestward at 15 to 20 mph and it could bring heavy rain to portions of the Leeward Islands by late Wednesday, regardless of development. Interests in the Lesser Antilles should continue to monitor the progress of this system."
* Formation chance through 48 hours...high...70 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...high...80 percent.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill


Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

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- Weather to the East ?
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2020 08:34:49 -0300

Greetings All,

A disturbance east of the Caribbean Islands seems(?) to be developing.
National Hurricane Center apparently is unsure of track and/or storm conditions as they have not published any information as to where it's heading.
It does appear it will be somewhere near the Leeward Islands. One predictor places it passing NE of Nevis St. Kitts out beyond vicinity of Barbuda.

Maybe when NHC published paths & wind speed predictions we will have a more precise picture.
In the mean time I would be prepared for rain and winds.

More later.

Regards,

Harry


- Weather in Nevis... what's happening next week?
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Jul 2020 22:40:03 +0000

Good afternoon all,

 

The changing scene to the south of us has continued with TS Gonzalo. Always a problem with small sized storms, they can fluctuate up and down in strength a lot. So it looks as if it will remain as a Tropical Storm as it passes over the Windward Islands on Saturday and not become a Hurricane.

 

Today in Nevis it has remained dry with the wind picking up during the day with average wind speed of 10 mph with a gust of 26 mph.

 

Maximum temperature for today was 84 F.

 

A health warning with this as you need to remember I am up in the foothills of Nevis Peak ( at 950 feet above sea level). You get different readings lower down towards the coast. <smile>

 

The Saharan Dust has been back with us so the view has been hazy all day (See attached Photos).

 

The weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday is sunny with a chance of a shower. Monday on the other hand is forecast to be showery with a chance of thunderstorms. We shall see.

 

Looking out across the Atlantic we have a tropical wave with a good chance of forming into a tropical cyclone. FROM MODELLING FORECASTS it seems it could be heading for our corner of the Eastern Caribbean. Last time I looked the 5pm NHC forecast gave it a 40% chance of forming into a tropical cyclone. So the forecast has increased in percentage.

 

I had a look at some of the modelling that has given the NHC this forecast and have attached a couple of pictures the modelling has presented for later next week. AGAIN THIS IS ONLY A FORECAST MODEL.

 

It needs to be watched, it is a long way out and can change.

 

I have to keep reminding myself this is still July and not August. I wonder if this will be busy season similar to 2005?

 

We have been warned it would be an above average season by the forecasters, so we should be prepared. Prepared for the worst but hope for the best.

 

Regards,

 

Frank Goodwill

 

 

Pond Hill Weather Station

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Pond Hill WeatherCAM

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Nevis Weather

https://nevisstorm.blogspot.com/

 

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- Still another tropical wave.......
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2020 22:13:14 -0300
Greetings All,

Another tropical wave just forming off coast of Africa.

This one looks to reach the Caribbean Islands a bit closer (further north tracking than Gonzalo) to Nevis & St. Kitts.

Will keep an eye on this one, with a better idea later this weekend. Stay tuned.



Regards,

Harry


- Gonzalo Updated to Hurricane
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2020 07:14:23 -0300
Greetings All,

Gonzalo has been upgraded to a hurricane this am. Will reach hurricane strength as to nears the Windward Islands.
Tracking still the same, well below Nevis - St. Kitts.

Regards,

Harry



- Storm Gonzalo
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2020 18:26:05 -0300
Greetings All,

Looks like the first storm of the season will make a bee line for  Saint Vincent and the Grenadine.
This puts Nevis & St. Kitts out of the picture.
May not even get any showers from this.

Regards,

Harry

- IN99L now Tropical Depression 7
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2020 21:53:05 +0000

Good afternoon all,

 

The disturbance in the Atlantic (Invest 99L) has now been upgraded to Tropical Depression 7  by the NHC as of 5 pm AST.

 

Looks as if it will soon form into a Tropical Storm and will remain so as it passes over the Windward Islands this coming Saturday.

 

Needs to be watched in case things change.

 

Today on Nevis the weather was bright and sunny as can be seen from the late afternoon view. There was a short shower in the early hours but nothing of great substance.

 

Regards,

 

Frank Goodwill

 

Pond Hill Weather Station

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Pond Hill WeatherCAM

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Nevis Weather

https://nevisstorm.blogspot.com/

 

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- Looking to the East
  • By ‪Frank Goodwill‬ <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2020 08:45:48 -0400
Good morning,

A tropical wave with a associated low pressure has caught the interest of the US National Hurricane Center. They are now giving it a 60% chance of developing into a tropical system. A jump from 20% overnight.

"Showers and thunderstorms have become better organized in association with a low pressure system located about midway between the west coast of Africa and the Lesser Antilles. Environmental conditions are expected to be somewhat conducive for development, and a tropical depression could form during the next day or two while the low moves westward at around 10 mph over the tropical Atlantic. By the weekend, however, less favorable conditions should limit additional development.

* Formation chance through 48 hours ...medium ...60 percent.
* Formation chance through 5 days ...medium ...60 percent.

Though we are up to 6 named storms so far, none have been in our neck of the woods. One to watch in the coming days. Its progress across the Atlantic has slowed down since yesterday from around 15 mph to 10 mph.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill


Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

Weather CAM

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- Some Showers
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 07:48:28 -0400
Good morning all,

Saharan Dust was visible Tuesday morning, but by late Tuesday afternoon visibility had improved.

A trough of low pressure has approached the area. This, along with available moisture, had heightened the chances for cloudiness and showers across the area.

Up in the Nevis Peak foothills we have had about half an inch of rain early Wednesday.

Between today and Saturday there is a possibility of a few brief cloudy spells and a chance of showers developing.

Attached photos. Tuesday morning started a little hazy and a clearer view later on. Also a cloudy start to Wednesday.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill


Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- A Few Showers
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2020 00:01:50 -0400
Good night everyone 😀

The "active" tropical wave has passed, resulting in a few showers Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. Up in the Nevis Peak foothills the rain total was 3 tenths of an inch.

We are now back to another surge of Saharan Dust for two or three days. The associated dry air will reduce show activity.

The next tropical wave is due late Tuesday but it is forecast to be a weak affair.

On the Covid-19 front we had our 17th confirmed case on Friday. A health worker who was in contact with case number 16.

123 students of Ross University have returned to St. Kitts to commence their studies. They are presently in quarentine in on campus student accommodation for 14 days. So we see how that goes.

Attached: Today's cloudy view.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill


Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Back to Dry
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 08 Jul 2020 22:39:18 -0400
Good day all,

After yesterday's wet weather, today has been dry with hazy sunshine. So the effects of the tropical wave have passed us by. The hazy conditions are probably due to Saharan dust, but it is not as bad as we have recently experienced.

The next tropical wave is due to arrive on Saturday, so it will be interesting to see how it performs.

Colorado State University has upped it's prediction of named storms from 19 in June to 20 for the Atlantic hurricane season. Five so far, with none being strong or prolonged, but we press onward towards the peak of the season. Things can change so plan and prepare.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/07/07/weather/hurricane-season-2020-forecast-update/index.html

Photo attached is of Nevis Peak with its cloud hat.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill


Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Active Tropical Wave
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 08 Jul 2020 00:15:08 -0400
Good day all,

The tropical wave arrived and gave us some showers, mainly during Tuesday afternoon. Up in the Nevis Peak foothills I recorded just over an inch of rain for the day. The showers were accompanied with rumbles of thunder and some gusty winds. 

Some further showers are forecast for Wednesday - we shall see.

Photos attached of afternoon views.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Breezy
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 06 Jul 2020 19:23:00 -0400

Good evening all,

We have had a short sharp shower over night, but it remains dry here  A fairly active tropical wave is passing through the area and winds have become more gusty this afternoon. Here up in the Nevis Peak foothills winds have averaged about 9 mph with a gust measuring 27 mph.

Tomorrow's forecast indicates a moderate chance of showers, so we will see how much wet stuff that will bring. Hopefully something more than cloud cover 

There is still some Saharan dust around so the view is a little hazy.

On the Covid-19 front the borders are still closed to commercial passenger arrivals. After 76 days of being case free, a returning national who came in from Washington DC, USA, has tested positive. This was at the end of their 14 day quarentine in St. Kitts. They have now been put into isolation and will hopefully make a full recovery.

Evening view picture attached 

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Less Dust but with Showers
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2020 10:37:25 -0400
Good morning everyone,

The unhealthy plume of Saharan dust has weakened. As we now have a tropical wave passing over us. This has resulted in some welcomed showers this morning. No doubt it will clean out the atmosphere, so it will be interesting to see how much dust is deposited on the car.
It is feeling fresher up here in the Nevis Peak foothills.
Another plume of Saharan dust is forecast for the end of the week, so we will see how that goes.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Poor Air Quality
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2020 08:58:30 -0400
Good morning all,

We managed to get about a tenth of an inch of rain yesterday. Today is Saharan Dust Sunday with poor air quality and hazy conditions.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Saharan Dust
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2020 17:04:26 -0400
Good day all,

As reported elsewhere on StormCarib we are being effected by dry air/Saharan dust. The tropical wave conveyor belt is up and running from Africa to the Caribbean, with a wave passing over us at the moment. We had a short shower/drizzle this morning with no major impact. The dry air is surpressing shower activity. Attached are a couple of pictures of the cloud and haze. Also a forecast graphic of the dust cloud.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Some Wet Stuff Today
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 22:25:53 -0400
Good day all,

Today started off as a "Sunny Sunday" but as the morning turned into afternoon we had some light showers. No enough of the wet stuff to make a difference but it lowered the temperature and the breeze picked up a bit. 

One advantage of being up in the Nevis Peak foothills is that it is a bit cooler anyway.

I managed to get the old weather station working again. More of a newer weather station now. Web link below 

There were 15 cases of Covid-19 in St. Kitts and Nevis, all of whom recovered without any complications. There have been no further cases for over a month and this has led to the restrictions being eased skowly. We should wear a face mask/covering when in a public place. Going into a bank with a mask on is strange. Our borders are still closed to tourists and visitors at present 

Attached are the present Covid-19 restrictions and a Nevis view.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill

Pond Hill Weather Station, Nevis.

https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/ISAINTGE361

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- Nevis May Weather Data
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Jun 2020 21:54:29 -0300
Greetings All,

Attached May NOAA weather data for Nevis.

The drought continues here with little rain fall.

Regards,

Harry

Attachment: Nevis Weather Data May 2020.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


- Dry and Covid-19
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 24 May 2020 17:23:09 -0400
Good day all,

Slight winds, dry and hot is the order of the day. The vegitation is starting to brown instead of being a lush green.

A little relief at 5pm with a short shower. 

Due to the dry weather water rationing overnight started mid-May in Nevis.

Notice from the Nevis Water Department. 16 th May 2020.

The General Public is ask to take note of the following measures relating to the dry-spell currently being experienced. The water department has implemented a water rationing schedule which will continue. The areas to be affected are follows: 

Butlers, Brickiln, Potworks,Burnaby, NewCastle, Camps, Nisbette Settlement, Lower Westbury, Cades Bay,Clifton Estate 
Zion village, Hanleys Road, Hichmans, Rices, Victoria Road, Upper Church Ground, Brownhill, Upper Hamilton, Cherry Gardens, Prospect, Bath Village,Bath Plain, Upper and Lower Stoney Grove, Charlestown. This interruption will occur between 10:00 pm and 4:00 am nightly.

This exercise would commence Saturday 16, May and will continue until further  notice.

Covid-19

All of the 15 confirmed cases have now recovered with no major hospital intervention required. We have had no new cases diagnosed for. 30 days. We are still under curfew at night and mask wearing and social distancing is the order of the day.

Bars are closed to prevent social gathering and restaurants only provide takeaway/takeout service. 

Airports and seaports remain closed to tourists and visitors. Only cargo, repatriation flights and emergency evacuations are allowed as well as returning nationals.

The 5th June is the Federal election on St Kitts and Nevis.

Attached is the present curfew times and the 5pm shower.

Stay safe stay well.

Frank Goodwill


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- Another Season
  • By Frank Goodwill <nevis.storm at hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 14 May 2020 12:48:47 -0400
Good day all,

Another early start to the season in May. Invest 98L kicking things off between Florida and Cuba. Could result in a named storm #Arthur at the weekend.

Meanwhile blue sea and blue sky in Nevis, though a little hazy.

Regards,

Frank Goodwill



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- Nevis April Weather Data
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 12 May 2020 20:58:55 -0300
Greetings All,

Seems I forgot to upload the weather data from station for last month.
Been so busy sheltering in lock down.

Regards,

Harry

Attachment: April 2020 Weather Date for Nevis.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


- Nevis Weather Date for March
  • By "Harry W. Hallstrom" <hwh888 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 5 Apr 2020 10:29:33 -0300
Greetings All,

Hoping this post finds everyone safe and sound till the dust settles.............
Attached the weather station data in NOAA format for those interested.

Regards,

Harry

Attachment: March Nevis NOAA Weather Data.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


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