Sorry Robert, you are going to get some more heavy rain. It's falling as I type but there is a possibility that Tobago may escape anymore rain after tonight as this disturbance seems to be developing the rains more to the north ... keep your fingers crossed ... it is very hit and miss.
Once this second Tropical Wave moves through I expect Tobago will have some good weather for at least a few days ... I will do the Liquid Sunshine Update tomorrow.
Meanwhile ... 13 deaths have been confirmed in Jamaica and this toll is expected to rise a little more as there are still people missing ... the Jamaican Government have also announced that they cannot claim on their Insurance to cover the considerable costs of the damage because the disturbance (monsoon) was not classified as a Hurricane which, of course, can cause less damage over a smaller area ... I just cannot believe this statement.
This may sound harsh, but I think Jamaica needs to sort it's Insurance policy out ... I gave a warning of the risks of this weather event affecting the western Caribbean in last week's Liquid Sunshine Update but only a few read my posts ... some more reputable (than me) forecasters with wider readership were also giving warnings ... it was not unforeseen (even by amateurs like me) ... despite the misfortune, Jamaica's Government should not be making excuses and be better prepared for dealing with and insuring against these unavoidable events that inevitably occur in Tropical Climates ... duh !!
I hope other countries in Tropical climates take note.