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Hier finden Sie Angaben zu Wetter, Temperatur, Klimatabellen und Wettervorhersagen für die schöne karibische Insel Grenada. Wann ist die beste Reisezeit in Grenada? Gibt es eine Regenzeit? Unsere Experten präsentieren alle Klima & Wetter Infos für St. George's. Lesen Sie zudem. Der 16 Tage Wetter Trend für Grenada. Temperatur, Wetterzustand, Sonnenstunden und Regenwahrscheinlichkeit in der 16 Tagesübersicht. Grenada did experience a wetter than normal rainy season, which affected the development progress. It is too early to blame casino deutsche bahn on Kirk, but guess it may have something to do with it. But Kirk has still meiste fans bundesliga to travel so we should wait and see and be prepared. Although the radar shows clouds circling a point which is now west of Dominica, there are still large showers to the East of Dominica. I will still monitor the remnants of Kirk. If you are planning to hike in the hilly interior of the island, be sure to pack good hiking shoes as sandals won't be of any help. It had been expected to have passed through the chain about midday. The latest radar is showing a pulse of showers Beste Spielothek in Grappermöns finden to the NW of Grenada huuuge casino mod apk download pushing towards us, not sure if it will reach here or not. Sun, 9 Sep There could still be tropical storm force Beste Spielothek in Schlipfhalden finden to the North of the disturbance. It looks like Florence and Helene robbed Isaac of a good bit of it's fuel. It is hoped that Kirk should very soon start to be affected by the wind shearthe intensity models euromillions deutschland this.

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But if that also brings the breeze from the South , it will be very welcome. All the best to the islands further up the chain this evening.

Kirk is dying, but probably won't give up without a fight. Hi, I have just spotted a post from Barbados saying that it appears that Kirk hasn't moved.

This was my feeling looking at some of the satellite images. But looking at the visible light images what appears to have happened, and I am not sure what the experts have to say, is that the centre of circulation is now North of Barbados this is backed up by the airport wind direction degs at 24 knts.

It looks as if it has left most of the heavy rain behind to the East of Barbados. My guess is that the centre of the depression has indeed continued on course, but the wind shear is really taking it's toll.

Let's hope so for Dominica's sake. I have been looking for comments from Wunder Blog etc, but see none. Are they baffled as well. In Grenada we still have no wind.

The radar isn't showing much rain around where we would expect the centre of Kirk to be. Also hardly a blip out to our East. Where are the experts? Shame that Barbados radar is still not working?

Satellite images are showing a clean front edge with no out spilling to the West. This I assume is it being hit by the high level winds clearly pushing the top off to the NE.

It does seem to have a very active core, with highest winds to the North and East of the centre. It looks as if the centre will pass about miles North of Barbados then on to the southern part of Martinique.

Down here in Grenada, where we just had another storm pass through. My expectation is maybe some showers and probably some possibly heavy with thunder.

We could get windy squalls near heavy rain showers. With light winds, I wouldn't be surprised to see some heavy rain showers building over the island.

A couple of small showers visible to the East and South oh and one just arrived on our roof. The radar is showing very few blips to our east, between us and Barbados.

So my thoughts are going to the islands that will be north of Kirk, as it passes through. Where they will get the highest winds and probably very heavy rain.

All the best Hogan. Wed, 26 Sep First I would like to thank the many people that have requested that I continue with the posts. It is too early to blame this on Kirk, but guess it may have something to do with it.

Kirk is following it's expected path. Apart from possible heavy rain, thunder storms. Grenada should not get any tropical storm force winds.

On the contrary, the winds should be light for the next 24 hours. Picking up from the South and South East Friday. Kirk is approaching Barbados with a central pressure of mb, it is at That is just over miles East of Barbados, or over miles East of Grenada.

It is hoped that Kirk should very soon start to be affected by the wind shear , the intensity models reflect this. Tomorrow morning will tell, at least in Barbados.

I wish all our friends a safe Thursday. I have just heard on local news and on a website that NaDMA have issued the following statement: As the agency charged with the responsibility of disaster management, we advise against the publishing of information that will create undue panic among citizens and that we support and disseminate the information issued by our local experts'.

I assume that includes people like ourselves who try to make sense of all the various websites out there. So my post will be brief until I get feedback that my posts are useful.

Briefly, it looks as if Kirk will pass just north of Barbados tomorrow morning and will pass through the chain in the vicinity of St Lucia later tomorrow.

May I suggest you listen to the official media for updates. I will make no further comments on how I believe it will affect Grenada, Leave that to the experts.

I request feedback as to whether you feel that my posts have been useful. Tropical Storm Kirk is back with us.

It's predicted track is just north of Barbados then through the Lesser Antilles near Martinique. Although it is only a tropical storm, this is likely to bring heavy rain and high winds.

We, in Grenada, are too far South, on present track, of it to get strong winds. But we could get some heavy rain and storms. More likely that we will notice hardly any wind on Thursday, with it picking up later in the day from the South.

Kirk is currently miles East of Grenada. For today, there are very few showers on the radar and some high hazy cloud.

Hopefully we will see more of the Sun today? Tue, 25 Sep Kirk seems to have broken through the Sahara dust area. This is it's only chance to formally get it's name back.

It is predicted to briefly build, possibly into Tropical Storm status. The satellite images look quite impressive.

But it's next problem, as it approaches the Lesser Antilles, will be the wind shear that has been mentioned. So it looks as if it will be at it's peak as it passes near Barbados.

But it's peak shouldn't be too bad. As always the strongest winds will be on the Northern half of the storm, and most models now show it passing North of Barbados.

The last position I found was It is still above the track of Ivan. More on Kirk tomorrow morning. Good morning, We use the Caribbean's natural air conditioning, the Easterly breeze.

Unfortunately that means that if it rains we have to close the window! So having been woken up and seeing the eastern horizon showing a glimmer of light, I decided to stay up.

Kirk is still remnant of Kirk. What there is of it is still moving westwards, towards the Windwards. It appears to be breaking free of some of the dry Sahara air, and likely to increase in intensity a bit over the next day or so, before hitting the wind shear.

There could still be tropical storm force winds to the North of the disturbance. Viewing the various sites, it does appear that it could pass near Barbados then St Vincent in two to three days time.

Still light rain as I send this. Plenty of showers visible in all directions. The radar only shows a few more to the East.

Thn Satellite images show a larger area of what looks like heavier rain beyond a line from Tobago to Barbados - this is not Kirk, but part of a preceding tropical wave.

Mon, 24 Sep Now will this still be Kirk or not? Anyway, as soon as it, or if it, becomes a cyclone it is going to have to fight the high level winds wind sheer that Kirk was going to face, this will make it short lived.

I am struggling to find updated model tracks. As soon as I know I will update. Been a bit of an overcast day here. High level cloud coming off of S.

America, I guess this is flowing on the same air stream that will disrupt the new Kirk. Kirk is now remnants of Kirk.

It looks as if the large amount of Sahara dust that it was passing through has clobbered it. NHC are no longer issuing advisories on Kirk.

I will still monitor the remnants of Kirk. It's last reported position was 9. A lovely sunrise this morning.

We have a gentle Easterly breeze. No showers showing on the radar. It looks like a nice day. Sun, 23 Sep Kirk is just about to cross the path of Ivan, from South to North, a bit of good news.

It is also less powerful at this point than the "I" storm. Having looked at various web sites, it seems that the models currently have Kirk going between St Vincent and St Lucia.

I stress that is the current scenario. But most models are having it stay as a tropical storm. But even if this is the case, it could still drop lots of rain.

This will change as the storm approaches. I did receive an email from someone asking ' will this storm boldly go where no other storm has gone before'!

I did reply that there isn't anywhere in this group of islands that hasn't been visited boldly or otherwise by one storm or another.

Now we wait and see what tomorrow brings. Kirk has continued to move towards the West, and just slightly North. It is now just 30 miles South of where Ivan became a Tropical Storm.

The predictions are at the moment for it to continue on an almost Westward course. The NHC prediction is showing that Kirk is expected in our neck of the woods with the forecast track line currently running through, just below Barbados and near St Vincent, late Thursday, early Friday.

Most models appear for it to remain a Tropical Storm. Apart from the odd blip on the radar, it seems that most of the day should remain dry, with just a chance of a shower.

The showers I mentioned yesterday somewhat gathered together and gave us quite a soaking, just as I was leaving Real Value!

Have a good Sunday. I see 99L has become Tropical Storm Kirk,. Sat, 22 Sep I have just come in and found that many people are ahead of me in finding 'Captain' Kirk has developed from 99L.

Now we have to see how 'Enterprising' this storm will be. Will it beam itself across the Atlantic and materialise in the Lesser Antilles?

At this point I think I will stop the puns, you will be pleased to know, basically as I can't think of any more.

Kirk looks as if it will have a fight on it's hand. Being so low a latitude 8. Apparently it is expected to move faster, this should also slow down development, along with expected high wind shear, it looks as if it will not develop further than Tropical Storm.

Most Models have Kirk moving slowly up to about 10N then travelling due West, before doing a slight turn in a more Northerly direction before passing close to Barbados.

But we need to watch this one over the next few days. Whatever happens, let's hope it remains in the TS category, or less. But Kirk has still miles to travel so we should wait and see and be prepared.

And to John, thanks for reminder - Kirk will be in our vicinity in September, so too Early for "October: And with climate change, who knows.

Another bit of interest, Kirk is just approaching the point at which Ivan was a Tropical Depression 9. Still miles to reach the same Longitude and already a TS.

Plus another miles before Ivan was named. I will be watching, thanks for the emails. Invest 97L has become Tropical Depression 11, it appears it will not intensify much during it's slow journey.

Currently about miles due East of Barbados. The intensity models take it into the Tropical Storm category fairly soon, but it looks like they are not predicting it to strengthen much after that - we hope they are correct.

The track models show it continuing more or less due West for the next 5 days. This brings it just East of the Barbados region.

It's current position is 7. It looks like a nice day with the chance of rain showers later. The current weather radar is showing a band or rain showers about midway between Grenada and Barbados, moving West towards us.

Have a nice day and weekend. Fri, 21 Sep I have been very quiet for the last week, as has the Atlantic. But now things are warming up.

The two weather systems I mentioned last night are: Invest 97L currently about It shows up clearly on satellite images as a small blob.

It is very slow moving. Invest 99L , This has only just left the coast of Africa, it is at 9. Also, the few model tracks that I have seen so far do show it coming almost straight across the Atlantic, with only a slight northerly component.

This weather system is moving fast towards the West, at between 15 to 20 MPH. I will be keeping a close eye on these two.

Yesterday was so hazy! Today it is slightly better, at least I can see the horizon, just! I believe Sahara dust may have been causing the haze.

This is also what helps to slow the development of hurricanes, so I would rather have the haze than the storms, any day. Very little rain showing on the radars.

Satellite images confirm this. It looks like there is a low chance of rain, maybe the odd shower.

Have a good day, Hogan. Thu, 20 Sep About 6 days away in the Atlantic, we have a weather system 97L which does not have a high expectation of developing.

But just coming off of East Africa is a system worth keeping an eye on. Fri, 14 Sep Isaac seems to be rebuilding West of Dominica.

It appears that it didn't want to hurt after last year. There are still plenty of heavy showers around, including just off to the SW of Grenada. We are getting lots of distant, to Westerhall, thunder.

Guess nearer the airport it is noisier! Still we have our breeze back, at last. Slept better last night. Nothing else on the Eastern horizon, yet.

Thu, 13 Sep Isaac has apparently gone through the Lesser Antilles, but Although the radar shows clouds circling a point which is now west of Dominica, there are still large showers to the East of Dominica.

It does appear that Isaac has really broken up. Looking at the various airport weather data the low pressure seems to stretch all the way down from Martinique to Grenada.

With very little pressure gradient there is very little breeze still. Barbados does seem to be getting a SE breeze at last, so guess we will follow shortly.

This has been a strange storm. I have just been outside and have noticed a slight SE breeze picking up and all the boats in the bay are pointing towards the SE on their anchors.

We haven't had any rain today, but have heard a single clap of thunder out to our SE about 2 hours ago. Now it looks as if we will have a break for a while, apart from some trailing rain from Isaac, maybe.

Helene heading for Ireland and the UK. Joyce, which is mid Atlantic, is predicted to a loop then head off, maybe following Helene.

And there is a disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico. But for us, a breather, nothing as yet coming off of Africa, although there is a tropical wave in the area of Capo Verdes.

On satellite images, it is difficult to detect Isaac. It just appears as a few heavy showers. I am guessing it could still bring some strong winds in Guadeloupe and Dominica, but nothing like what was expected.

It looks like Florence and Helene robbed Isaac of a good bit of it's fuel. I hope this is correct. Down here in Grenada, the sea was like a sheet of glass 30 minutes ago.

To the West it is clear blue sky. The Eastern Caribbean radar, which should be picking up Isaac by now, is showing a few, some large, heavy rain showers in the vicinity of where Isaac should be.

They are showing a circulation, but not we would normally expect from a Tropical Storm. Down here in the South of the Lesser Antilles there are a few showers, but not many.

All the best up north, and hope we get those southerly breezes I am expecting, very soon. I think tonight will be better. I don't like air-conditioning, but the last two nights I would have switch it on - if I had it!

Wed, 12 Sep Looking at satellite images, Isaac seems to have broken up somewhat. The central pressure has risen to mb which is much higher than for some time.

It really looks as if has been weakened. I think the problem as it passes through the islands is rain, rather than wind. That is if it continues as it is.

It's current position Anyway, it has drifted further north. If i am reading the satellite images correctly then most of the heavy showers seem to be to the East of the centre.

But it still looks like Dominica will get hit by whatever there is of Isaac, hopefully no more than a Tropical Storm. Look out my friends in the UK.

With Florence about to cause havoc in the USA. A new girl on the block is TS Joyce. She is doing a circle in the Northern Atlantic before following Helene before, maybe, following Helene!

So for tomorrow Thursday , I expect hardly any breeze first thing, but as the day progresses I expect to see or feel a change of wind direction, more from the South, with a steady increase in the wind speed -that will be very welcome.

And, Thanks to the people that approached me at 'Dodgy Dock - Street food, saying they always follow my post.

So now I go to bed with no breeze and very stuffy. In der Regenzeit besteht auch die Gefahr von tropischen Wirbelstürmen.

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George's auf Grenada stammen von der Webseite yr. Characterised by some rain on most days, often having little to no impact on your day on the beach, but occasionally seing a completely washed out grey though still hot day.

What marks the difference between these seasons is not temperature change, but the presence and absence of rain, and the humidity this brings.

Rain tends to be in the form of warm, heavy tropical downpours, followed by sunshine and a sauna as the sunshine hits the ground.

Pack an umbrella or a light raincoat, but nothing that doesnt breathe. If you are planning to hike in the hilly interior of the island, be sure to pack good hiking shoes as sandals won't be of any help.

As the weather is a set of micro climates, any automated service is likely to be poor. Most "caribbean" forecasts are about as much use as asking a crab.

Grenada weather statistics from weatherspark. One Caribbean Weather TV station online. St Georges sea temperatures. Apart from the very occasional real storm, unlike most of the rest of the world, Grenada doesnt really do unpleasant weather, its all good in one way of another.

Rain doesn't limit your opportunities of having a good time.

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There are no more tropical waves showing anywhere across the Atlantic, at the moment. The only problem is this high cloud still coming off of Venezuela, which is creating this hazy sunshine.

So my guess for today is hazy sunshine with showers. Have a nice day Hogan. Sat, 20 Oct Well at least up the West coast. We went up to Crayfish Cocoa and Concord Falls.

The weather deteriorated as we went North, it always looked brighter behind us When we returned, the reverse - as we travelled South it brightened up.

Concorde falls were in full flow. Extremely dangerous to go in the pool. Now it is raining again. Let's hope tomorrow is better.

After some very heavy Rain over night, the Sun is out and there is much less high cloud today, so far. To our East there is some rain, showing on the radar, but appears to be dispersing.

Hope the West Coast road is clear after the rain. The Windguru website is suggesting quite a lot of rain today, I hope it is wrong.

The next tropical wave is moving towards us but should not affect us for a couple of days. Have a great day Hogan. Fri, 19 Oct After having had plenty of rain overnight it is slightly better this morning.

We are still suffering with the high cloud coming off of S. America, but it is this high level wind that has helped us get through without hurricanes so far.

But does give us the hazy sky. It is still breezy and there is some more rain showing on the radar to our East, about 30 miles away as at The Sun is currently penetrating the high cloud.

So hopefully a sunnier day with a good chance of further rain. Have a nice day. Thu, 18 Oct Hardly seen the Sun today. Rain on and off all day.

But apart from this weather possibly being left over from the tropical wave s that went through yesterday and that Inter Tropical Convergence Zone being very close, there doesn't seem to be an explanation.

Hopefully tomorrow will be better - it can't be much worse, can it? Wed, 17 Oct Having had a fairly peaceful night, hardly any rain.

The satellite and radar shows a lot of rain coming in from the East, courtesy of the combined tropical wave. It really looks like a day of showers, some probably heavy.

Tue, 16 Oct I have to modify the post I sent out earlier. The riginal is below, but the NHC have put out an Everything else still applies. Today, in their tropical wave section they still mention two waves, and the distance between them hasn't changed.

They still talk about them merging, but now it is has extended to the next 36 hours. To my untrained eye, it looks like one weather system to me.

The area of showers appear to spread over several hundred miles. The western edge of this system is still miles East of Barbados.

This is based on NHC report timed at The Trinidad radar does appear to show the first sign of showers at its Eastern limit. It does look as if Grenada should have good weather for most of today - don't think we can say the same about tomorrow!

Have a good day. Yesterday the NHC discussion section mentioned two tropical waves merging into one. Mon, 15 Oct NHC has removed the potential cyclone from their chart.

It is now just a tropical wave 46W, or miles east us moving West at mph. It is a lovely day, a few low clouds, a few showers showing on the radar, a pleasant breeze.

The sky is a bit hazy. Sun, 14 Oct Wrong Way Leslie has hit Portugal causing a lot of damage. This hurricane, only 3 days ago, was expected to turn and go back out into the Atlantic.

This demonstrates that the experts are not always correct. But they are improving all the time. This system is expected to have the same feat as the other tropical storms we have had in the Caribbean, so far this year, it should hit drier air and our friend wind shear.

Let's hope the experts get this right. This tropical wave is currently about 8N 39W, about miles East of us, in Grenada.

The wave is travelling West at about 15mph. The radar is showing a few showers in the Grenadines, but nothing, at this time, to our East.

There is hardly a breeze. It is horizon is hazy as is the Sun. Have a great Sunday. Sat, 13 Oct Nadine is no more, that is as a named storm.

It still can be seen on satellite images as a clump of clouds. But the remnants are still part of a tropical wave. Leslie has again disobeyed the rules.

Instead of doing a turn back to the West as mentioned yesterday, it is now predicted to turn slightly North and hit the coast of Portugal over night tonight.

Lovely morning, a few small clouds, slight breeze and no rain showing on the radar. Have a nice weekend. Fri, 12 Oct As of this morning, Tropical Storm Nadine is now at It's present track is WNW and the good news it is is already weakening, and expected to fizzle out in the next few days as it hits cooler sea temperatures, drier air and wind shear.

The islands appear safe. Hurricane 'Wrong Way' Leslie is still wandering around the Atlantic and has been there since 26th September, about 17 days wandering aimlessly.

But, although the wrong way generally for hurricanes, has now set it's course to the East and looks like it will wander just North of Madeira, as a hurricane, then a sudden turn South towards the Canaries as a Depression about Tuesday.

At that point it will have turned back towards the West. This is a very strange hurricane. The predictive path is changing daily.

Let's see what tomorrow holds for it. It's new current path takes is to just West of the Bay of Biscay by Monday, but should loose strength by then.

A slight breeze, and a hazy Sun, due to high thin wisps of cloud. The horizon is very clear a large oil tanker clearly visible about 30 miles away.

There are no rain blips on the radar to our East, So it looks like we should have a pleasant day. Have a good day Hogan. Wed, 10 Oct We have Michael heading for the North of Florida as a Cat 4 hurricane.

Maybe the UK will feel it's remains on Tuesday? Then we have 'Wrong Way Leslie', still wandering around in the Atlantic, not far from where it started.

It should start to move east in the next few days, this will take it North of the Capo Verdes. Storms are normally travelling West in this area.

Finally we have Nadine, a Tropical Storm, the one for us to keep an eye on. But predictions are for it to move North West and then reduce in strength.

It is currently at about the same latitude as Grenada, but is currently over miles away and heading further North.

We have a slight Easterly breeze, hazy sun due to some high cloud , very few low clouds around. Currently there are no showers, in our vicinity, showing on the radar.

Tue, 9 Oct The disturbance I mentioned yesterday has become a Tropical Depression Fifteen. The NHC states that it should move NW and briefly become a tropical storm, before turning slightly towards the West as a depression.

Fifteen is worth keeping an eye on. We had plenty of rain here this morning. The radar is not showing much rain to the East for about miles. Beyond that is a large area of rain, but too early to see where that will go, or maybe disperse?

Hazy Sun, a nice easterly breeze. Mon, 8 Oct But, they are saying that wind shear should limit further development.

Current position is near 9. Meanwhile, it does look as if we may get some more showers possibly heavy in the next few hours.

Fri, 5 Oct Woken up by heavy rain. Radar showed lots of rain around. Synoptic chart does not show tropical wave, but seems like one.

No mention of anything that could have caused this. Looks like more rain to come today, me thinks! Thanks to the people that contacted me direct to ask what was going on.

But as I said, better people than me didn't appear to see this coming. No news, from me, should mean good news. Thu, 4 Oct Sorry, I copied the wrong link.

That must have confused many, but hopefully brought a smile! See below for correct link! By the way, Ely is my home city in UK - well done to them for trying to reduce plastic.

Hogan Good morning all, The Atlantic East of us is relatively quiet, just a couple of tropical waves.

With the weather sort of settled for the moment, I will reduce the number of posts that I do. I will still be monitoring the Atlantic in case something pops up.

Or if it looks as if we will get something out of the normal. Hurricane Leslie is still wandering around just East of Bermuda.

That shouldn't affect us, unless the swell it is producing travels this far south. But currently Grand Anse looks like a mill pond, looking at Dive Grenada webcam - https: And thanks for the many emails people have sent me.

Good morning all, The Atlantic East of us is relatively quiet, just a couple of tropical waves. Wed, 3 Oct Good morning, We have the Sun, we have the breeze, the radar looks mostly clear to our East, at the moment.

There are a few clouds around. But it looks like a pleasant day. Never rule out the chance of rain. There is the chance of a cyclone developing in the far West of the Caribbean, but that shouldn't affect us.

Leslie, has developed into a hurricane up to the East of Bermuda. It looks like this will go North then East towards Europe? Have a great day, Hogan.

Tue, 2 Oct Just a brief report: Looking East across the Atlantic there are two weak tropical waves. No threat at the moment. Again, appears to be no threat to the Caribbean.

The radar shows a line of very small showers between Barbados and Tobago, moving slowly in our direction. This appears to be the leading edge of one of the tropical waves I mentioned above.

Beautiful morning, just a slight breeze and only a few clouds. Maybe the possibility of some rain showers later in the day? Sun, 30 Sep Blue sky, a few fluffy bits, a few more fluffier bits way off to the South, nice easterly breeze.

No blibs on radar to our East. A couple of tropical waves in the Atlantic, but nothing to worry about, so far.

Sat, 29 Sep There are no no immediate threats in our part to the ocean, just a couple of tropical waves.

We still have some high cloud and a gentle trade breeze from the East. The radar shows a couple of showers near Tobago, but the rest of the area to our East is currently free of showers.

It is still hazy, no clear horizon. Also we still have some high broken cloud allowing a hazy Sun to break through.

Fri, 28 Sep Stay safe Jacquie x Get Outlook for Android. Kirk is, apparently, still a tropical Storm but expected to fizzle out tonight mid Caribbean.

We just had some rain. Have been watching the lightning and thunder over the Grand Anse - True Blue area. Seems to have moved off, but looks like we could possibly get more this evening.

Hopefully the weather will improve tomorrow, especially for the tourist that are only here for a short time. Do come again, it isn't normally like this!

This was a snap of the weather radar at You have been sent 1 picture. Good morning to Grenada. For a start, it left behind, near Barbados, a huge blob of rain and thunder.

Looking this morning they are still getting rain this morning but it does seem to be moving West and, hopefully, slowing down.

Yes I said West, the radar is now showing rain to the North and East of Grenada, with what looks like a heavy band in the Grenadines, including Possibly Carriacou.

As for the centre of Kirk, instead of going through about Martinique about yesterday lunch time, decided to follow a more South-Westerly direction through St Lucia some damage and power outages.

It is expected to drop to a Tropical Depression later today. The last advisory I saw mentioned a Tropical Storm watch in the Grenadines. Down here in the South, I wouldn't rule out some rain from the big blob just to the north of us, that is if Kirk decides to whip it's tail.

At least, at last we are getting a slight Southerly breeze. This should pick up as the day goes on, as it turns to a more South-Easterly direction.

The latest radar is showing a pulse of showers just to the NW of Grenada and pushing towards us, not sure if it will reach here or not.

I am still waiting to see the StormCarib post from Barbados. But it looks as if they had a grim night. All the best and still be prepared.

Thu, 27 Sep This must have been the strangest Tropical storm most of us can remember. Earlier today none of us could find where the centre was.

It left the rain behind just East of Barbados. The rain stayed there most of the day. It is still not clear, to most of us, where the centre is.

It had been expected to have passed through the chain about midday. The major problem seems to be the rain that is trailing it.

Barbados seems to be really getting clobbered. Here in Grenada, no rain yet , no wind yet , no storm yet , although there is lightning way out to the SW and more somewhere to the North.

The biggest problem could be the rain that is way out to our east, will it move west towards us, who knows? The other interesting thing is how quiet the experts have been - I think they are as baffled as the rest of us.

I think all we can do is wait to see what happens over night. Kirk for some time today moved to the West, but left most of it's rain behind it. Not sure now how much rain will now fall further up the chain, but it does look as if Barbados may get some of this trailing rain very soon.

As for down here, we are looking forward to getting our breeze back. But we could also get the sting from the tail of Kirk, with some rain later tonight visible on the radar as a curl coming down from Barbados.

But if that also brings the breeze from the South , it will be very welcome. All the best to the islands further up the chain this evening.

Kirk is dying, but probably won't give up without a fight. Hi, I have just spotted a post from Barbados saying that it appears that Kirk hasn't moved.

This was my feeling looking at some of the satellite images. But looking at the visible light images what appears to have happened, and I am not sure what the experts have to say, is that the centre of circulation is now North of Barbados this is backed up by the airport wind direction degs at 24 knts.

It looks as if it has left most of the heavy rain behind to the East of Barbados. My guess is that the centre of the depression has indeed continued on course, but the wind shear is really taking it's toll.

Let's hope so for Dominica's sake. I have been looking for comments from Wunder Blog etc, but see none. Are they baffled as well. In Grenada we still have no wind.

The radar isn't showing much rain around where we would expect the centre of Kirk to be. Also hardly a blip out to our East.

Where are the experts? Shame that Barbados radar is still not working? Satellite images are showing a clean front edge with no out spilling to the West.

This I assume is it being hit by the high level winds clearly pushing the top off to the NE. It does seem to have a very active core, with highest winds to the North and East of the centre.

It looks as if the centre will pass about miles North of Barbados then on to the southern part of Martinique. Down here in Grenada, where we just had another storm pass through.

My expectation is maybe some showers and probably some possibly heavy with thunder. We could get windy squalls near heavy rain showers. With light winds, I wouldn't be surprised to see some heavy rain showers building over the island.

A couple of small showers visible to the East and South oh and one just arrived on our roof. The radar is showing very few blips to our east, between us and Barbados.

So my thoughts are going to the islands that will be north of Kirk, as it passes through. Where they will get the highest winds and probably very heavy rain.

All the best Hogan. Wed, 26 Sep First I would like to thank the many people that have requested that I continue with the posts.

It is too early to blame this on Kirk, but guess it may have something to do with it. Kirk is following it's expected path.

Apart from possible heavy rain, thunder storms. Grenada should not get any tropical storm force winds. On the contrary, the winds should be light for the next 24 hours.

Picking up from the South and South East Friday. Kirk is approaching Barbados with a central pressure of mb, it is at That is just over miles East of Barbados, or over miles East of Grenada.

It is hoped that Kirk should very soon start to be affected by the wind shear , the intensity models reflect this. Tomorrow morning will tell, at least in Barbados.

I wish all our friends a safe Thursday. I have just heard on local news and on a website that NaDMA have issued the following statement: As the agency charged with the responsibility of disaster management, we advise against the publishing of information that will create undue panic among citizens and that we support and disseminate the information issued by our local experts'.

I assume that includes people like ourselves who try to make sense of all the various websites out there. So my post will be brief until I get feedback that my posts are useful.

Briefly, it looks as if Kirk will pass just north of Barbados tomorrow morning and will pass through the chain in the vicinity of St Lucia later tomorrow.

May I suggest you listen to the official media for updates. I will make no further comments on how I believe it will affect Grenada, Leave that to the experts.

I request feedback as to whether you feel that my posts have been useful. Tropical Storm Kirk is back with us.

It's predicted track is just north of Barbados then through the Lesser Antilles near Martinique. Although it is only a tropical storm, this is likely to bring heavy rain and high winds.

We, in Grenada, are too far South, on present track, of it to get strong winds. But we could get some heavy rain and storms.

More likely that we will notice hardly any wind on Thursday, with it picking up later in the day from the South. Kirk is currently miles East of Grenada.

For today, there are very few showers on the radar and some high hazy cloud. Hopefully we will see more of the Sun today?

Tue, 25 Sep Kirk seems to have broken through the Sahara dust area. This is it's only chance to formally get it's name back. It is predicted to briefly build, possibly into Tropical Storm status.

The satellite images look quite impressive. But it's next problem, as it approaches the Lesser Antilles, will be the wind shear that has been mentioned.

So it looks as if it will be at it's peak as it passes near Barbados. But it's peak shouldn't be too bad. As always the strongest winds will be on the Northern half of the storm, and most models now show it passing North of Barbados.

The last position I found was It is still above the track of Ivan. More on Kirk tomorrow morning. Good morning, We use the Caribbean's natural air conditioning, the Easterly breeze.

Unfortunately that means that if it rains we have to close the window! So having been woken up and seeing the eastern horizon showing a glimmer of light, I decided to stay up.

Kirk is still remnant of Kirk. What there is of it is still moving westwards, towards the Windwards. It appears to be breaking free of some of the dry Sahara air, and likely to increase in intensity a bit over the next day or so, before hitting the wind shear.

There could still be tropical storm force winds to the North of the disturbance. Viewing the various sites, it does appear that it could pass near Barbados then St Vincent in two to three days time.

Still light rain as I send this. Plenty of showers visible in all directions. The radar only shows a few more to the East.

Thn Satellite images show a larger area of what looks like heavier rain beyond a line from Tobago to Barbados - this is not Kirk, but part of a preceding tropical wave.

Mon, 24 Sep Now will this still be Kirk or not? Anyway, as soon as it, or if it, becomes a cyclone it is going to have to fight the high level winds wind sheer that Kirk was going to face, this will make it short lived.

I am struggling to find updated model tracks. As soon as I know I will update. Been a bit of an overcast day here.

High level cloud coming off of S. America, I guess this is flowing on the same air stream that will disrupt the new Kirk. Kirk is now remnants of Kirk.

It looks as if the large amount of Sahara dust that it was passing through has clobbered it. NHC are no longer issuing advisories on Kirk.

I will still monitor the remnants of Kirk. It's last reported position was 9. A lovely sunrise this morning.

We have a gentle Easterly breeze. No showers showing on the radar. It looks like a nice day. Sun, 23 Sep Kirk is just about to cross the path of Ivan, from South to North, a bit of good news.

It is also less powerful at this point than the "I" storm. Having looked at various web sites, it seems that the models currently have Kirk going between St Vincent and St Lucia.

I stress that is the current scenario. But most models are having it stay as a tropical storm. But even if this is the case, it could still drop lots of rain.

This will change as the storm approaches. I did receive an email from someone asking ' will this storm boldly go where no other storm has gone before'!

I did reply that there isn't anywhere in this group of islands that hasn't been visited boldly or otherwise by one storm or another.

Now we wait and see what tomorrow brings. Kirk has continued to move towards the West, and just slightly North. It is now just 30 miles South of where Ivan became a Tropical Storm.

The predictions are at the moment for it to continue on an almost Westward course. The NHC prediction is showing that Kirk is expected in our neck of the woods with the forecast track line currently running through, just below Barbados and near St Vincent, late Thursday, early Friday.

Most models appear for it to remain a Tropical Storm. Apart from the odd blip on the radar, it seems that most of the day should remain dry, with just a chance of a shower.

The showers I mentioned yesterday somewhat gathered together and gave us quite a soaking, just as I was leaving Real Value!

Have a good Sunday. I see 99L has become Tropical Storm Kirk,. Sat, 22 Sep I have just come in and found that many people are ahead of me in finding 'Captain' Kirk has developed from 99L.

Now we have to see how 'Enterprising' this storm will be. Will it beam itself across the Atlantic and materialise in the Lesser Antilles?

At this point I think I will stop the puns, you will be pleased to know, basically as I can't think of any more. Kirk looks as if it will have a fight on it's hand.

Being so low a latitude 8. Apparently it is expected to move faster, this should also slow down development, along with expected high wind shear, it looks as if it will not develop further than Tropical Storm.

Most Models have Kirk moving slowly up to about 10N then travelling due West, before doing a slight turn in a more Northerly direction before passing close to Barbados.

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