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DPRN, Citing National Weather Service, Says it is Now Safe to Reconnect Downspouts

Staff Consortium | April 16, 2021

The Department of Planning and Natural Resources announced that as of Thursday night the territory was not being impacted by volcanic ash from the La Soufriere volcano in St. Vincent, which is an updated forecast from a previous D.P.N.R. release warning residents of impacts from volcanic dust and urging Virgin Islanders to disconnect their downspouts. The gray haze observed in the territory for the past few days, was a combined result of the volcanic eruption in St. Vincent and the movement of African Sahara Desert dust, D.P.N.R. said Thursday. In its Thursday release, D.P.N.R. also included a report from the National Weather Service, which reads, “Light and variable winds near the surface, and westerly mid- to upper-level winds continue, keeping ash at the lower levels to the vicinity of St. Vincent, and carrying it over the Atlantic at…

Large Explosion Reported at La Soufriere Volcano Early…

Staff Consortium | April 12, 2021

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, CMC – The Trinidad-based Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of…

Flash Flood Watch Remains in Effect Through Mid-Morning;…

Staff Consortium | November 12, 2020

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through mid-morning Thursday as deep tropical moisture lingers…

Flash Flood Watch Remains in Effect for USVI Through…

Staff Consortium | November 10, 2020

An active weather pattern is forecast to continue across the area as the combination of very deep tropical…

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