Month: August 2005
DISTURBANCE 2 PASSES SOUTH OF THE BVI; COULD BRING SOME RAIN
Lingering moisture from Tropical Disturbance 2 can produce some showers later this evening into tomorrow.
FORECASTERS MONITORING DISTURBANCE 2
On the heels of weather system which brought heavy rainfall to the British Virgin Islands last week, forecasters are now...
DDM EXTENDS CONDOLENCES ON PASSING OF HORATIO TUITT
The Department of Disaster Management (DDM) joins in expressing condolences on the passing of Captain Horatio Tuitt who provided exemplary...
DISTURBANCE 1 AFFECTING THE BVI..FLASH FLOOD WATCH STILL IN EFFECT
The Flash Flood Watch for the British Virgin Islands has been extended until 12PM midday today.
FLASH FLOOD WATCH UPGRADED TO FLASH FLOOD WARNING
The Flash Flood Watch has been upgraded to a Flash Flood Warning which will remain in effect until 8:00 p.m....
SMALL CRAFT WARNING ISSUED FOR THE BVI
A tropical wave associated with an elongated area of low pressure will move across the islands into tonight
4.46 MI EARTHQUAKE FELT IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
According to information issued by the Puerto Rico Seismic Network, an earthquake above the magnitude of 4.46 MI has occurred
BERTHA MOVING RAPIDLY…HEAVY SQUALLS APPROACHING THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
At 5:00 am the centre of Tropical Storm Bertha was estimated near latitude 16.3 north longitude 64.9 west or approximately...
PUBLIC WORKS ISSUES ROAD CAUTION
The Public Works Department is advising persons travelling on the roadway from the Pockwood Pond to Fort Recovery
BERTHA MOVING AWAY FROM THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
At 2:00 pm the centre of Tropical Storm Bertha was estimated near latitude 17.8 north longitude 67.5 west or approximately...
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