Hazardous sea warnings issued for several Eastern Caribbean islands


The Meteorological Service of Antigua and Barbuda has issued marine warnings for several islands in the Eastern Caribbean.

A high surf warning is in effect for Anguilla and the British Virgin Islands.

The two British overseas territories are forecast to experience moderate long-period swells of over three meters until tomorrow.

“These swells are expected to cause life-threatening surfs and rip currents for affected coastlines,” the advisory said.

A high surf advisory is in effect for Antigua and Barbuda Montserrat and St. Kitts and Nevis

Hazardous sea conditions are expected to affect Antigua and Barbuda until Tuesday while Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis could see calmer waters by Saturday.

The Met Service is advising persons to stay away from unsettled seas and rocky/coastal structures.

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  1. It stands to reason because the wind is also very high. Be careful out there my peoples and head the advisories. You are way too precious for us to lose you.

  2. Any word on how we are going to fight the sargassum heading our way? I hope the heavy waves might push it away from us and steer it in another direction.
    Any word on home we we planning on getting rid of it?

    • My Opinion.
      Harness it ALL..
      Mix it with a Solution
      To Make Building Material..
      Mix wud Concrete or some Base
      Liquefy Dry in Wall Base Material.
      UWI/ Techs lend an ear .
      Rocket Scientists Beware ,?,?

  3. #Safety First! #Stay Alert!
    Have fun! Plenty Fun!

    Great #Kite_Flying weather!
    Great #Kite_Surfing weather!
    Great #Surfing Weather!

    Just know your #limits!
    Simply stay, #SAFE!
    Be alert!



  4. Just warning those small craft owners to stop taking money from those Africans to transport them to other countries. Please avoid tragedy at sea .

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