Month: August 2011
TROPICA STORM KATIA APPROACHING HURRICANE STRENGTH
A general west-northwest motion is likely for the next 24-36 hours.
TROPICAL STORM KATIA IN THE ATLANTIC
Depression Twelve has become Tropical Storm Katia. Environmental conditions favor additional intensification as the easterly wind shear appears to be...
UNSTABLE WEATHER POSSIBLE FOR THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
A dry and stable atmosphere will sit across the BVI today. By tonight, the presence of an upper level trough...
WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON “CLIMATE SMART” PROGRAMMES
August 24, 2011 – The Virgin Islands have been chosen to host the first workshop, entitled “Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation...
FLASH FLOOD WATCH STILL IN EFFECT UNTIL 6AM TOMORROW
Rain bands associated with Hurricane Irene will continue to impact weather conditions across the BVI over the next 24 hours.
GOVERNOR’S MESSAGE – AUGUST 22ND
The “All-Clear” was issued for the Virgin Islands following the passage of what is now Hurricane Irene, based on advice...
Moisture left behind from the passage of hurricane Irene will linger over the British Virgin Islands
FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FOR THE VI
TROPICAL STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FOR THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
On the forecast track Irene will pass through the leeward islands this morning and move into the northeastern Caribbean sea...
The BVI Airports Authority has advised that all three airports will close at 12:30pm today
GOVERNOR MCCLEARY’S MESSAGE ON TS IRENE
As we approach the month of September, which is generally the peak of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, we are seeing...