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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Saint Lucians Urged to be Alert!
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 11:39 AM :: 1287 Views :: Article Rating
Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Affairs, Planning and Social Security, has called on citizens to be on the alert as a weather system approaches the Lesser Antilles.

Tropical Storm Danny is the fourth named weather system in the Atlantic Ocean for 2015. As of 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 18, 2015, the system was 1,595 miles east of Saint Lucia and the Windward Islands, moving at about 12 miles per hour.
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Friday, July 31, 2015
Flood Warning for Saint Lucia Discontinued
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 5:47 AM :: 1894 Views :: Article Rating
The flood warning which was issued for Saint Lucia has been discontinued.  However, according to the 6 a.m. weather report issued by the Saint Lucia Meteorological Services, the island will continue to experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with scattered showers this morning. However, a gradual decrease in clouds and shower activity is expected as the day progresses.
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Thursday, July 30, 2015
Flood Warning Issued for Saint Lucia at 2:30pm Today
By NEMO Saint Lucia @ 8:20 AM :: 1902 Views :: Article Rating
Persistent heavy rainfall over Saint Lucia over the past few hours has raised the possibility of flooding and landslides in parts of the island prone to those hazards.

The Saint Lucia Meteorological Services has therefore issued a flood warning for Saint Lucia with effect from 2:30 pm today until further notice.
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