BREAKING NEWS – High Surf Advisory has been discontinued By Barbados Met Office

Severe Weather Advisory

The small-craft warning remains in effect for above normall
northerly swells of 2.5 to 3.0m

DURING CHRISTMAS PERIOD THIS WAS RELEASED BY MET OFFICE: Large Northerly swells which have been experienced over the past few days are expected to deteriorate even further during the next 24 hours. Swells are forecast to peak at about 15 feet (5 meters).

A High Surf Advisory is in effect for Barbados for the next several days - no jet-skiing either, Mr Cowell!

A High Surf Advisory now discontinued - but a small craft advisory remains in effect, Mr Cowell, SIR!

These swells will generate very large breaking waves and dangerous rip currents along all coastlines of Barbados.

All Users of these coastal areas are advised to exercise extreme caution and stay out of the water.

A SMALL-CRAFT WARNING remains in effect for above-normal
sea-swells of up to 5m (15 ft).

A Small-craft Warning means that Seas greater than 7 feet are producing hazardous marine conditions.

This Advisory and Warning will be in effect for the remainder of the week.

Hampden Lovell
Deputy Director (Ag)

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