MET Office Issues Alert Statement for Invest 94L (AL94)


2:00 PM ECT TUE, OCT 17, 2023

This is for the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin Islands

…The Meteorological Office continues to monitor the progress of Invest 94L (AL94) which now has a high chance of development…

At 2 pm ECT or 1800z the centre of Invest 94L was located near latitude 10.9n, longitude 42.3 west or approximately 1196 miles southeast of Antigua and Barbuda and approximately 1370 miles southeast of the British Virgin Islands.

AL94 now has a high chance of development into a tropical cyclone over the next several days and could become tropical storm Tammy if it continues to gain organization.

AL94 continues to move closer to the eastern Caribbean. Although there is uncertainty concerning its eventual path and strength, AL94 has the potential to impact the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin Islands bringing cloudiness, showers, thunderstorms and gusty winds as early as Friday.

The specific nature of these impacts will change depending upon how close the disturbance comes to Antigua and Barbuda and the rest of the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin Islands.

No specific action is required of residents in the Leeward Islands and the British Virgin islands at this time, other than to continue to monitor the progress of AL94.

The next update on this disturbance will be issued tonight.

Forecaster Orvin paige

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  1. I need some help to clean the gutter on the main road in Piggots, it smells stink………OH wait it’s Serpant constituency and Gaston Browne did say all the constituency that did NOT VOTE for him and labour would be put on the back burner. It’s a shame. Come in Tammy wash away all the filt in Antigua.

  2. So what are they going to do with the Alfa Nero snd bet they are going to try and put off the By-election. I bet ….

  3. Is it me or is Antigua just backwards? International weather media already show this as Tropical Storm Tammy and here they’re still caling it 94L. Folks do your own checking to be properly prepared. I remember Gonsalves. They erred and were to big to admit it. There are many here who questioned their forecast of Phillepe.

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