We extend our deepest gratitude to Paul Tallet, a regular visitor to Tobago, for his weekly weather forecasts. Paul is an amateur weather enthusiast who does his best to provide a simple guide to the Tobago weather outlook each week. It is therefore only fair to state the disclaimer that neither Paul, nor this website, can guarantee the accuracy of these weather reports.
Tobago lies outside the main hurricane belt, so hurricanes are not a major issue, normally. However, hurricanes further north can affect the island. So, Paul also provides regular warning and updates on impending storm conditions.
Normal weather reports will be found in the Liquid Sunshine topic of our forum. Hurricane warnings can be found in the Hurricane Season topic of the forum. The most recent updates are provided below.
Sunday, 22 March 2020, 11:51am
WEATHER FOR THE WEEK AHEAD & COVID-19 ... 22ND MARCH 2020
Well what a mighty fine mess the World is in at the moment and this could set in over the longer term.
Liquid Sunshine is primarily for tourists in Tobago so if there are little or none of them left (subject to them getting out) in Tobago I would propose to start a break from forecasting weekly, surely the weather is the last thing on people's minds, and to reboot when tourism returns.
If there are any objections to this please post these to the Liquid Sunshine Feedback Forum ...
I will be happy to carry on if there is a demand.
I also propose to do the 2020 Hurricane Forum as normal, starting from 1st June or sooner if there is a development prior to this.
So ... this week looks a little on the cloudy side with areas of cloud moving off the South American Continent. There could be some rain with this here and there. From what I can see the winds are quite light and the sea is calm to moderate and the clouds should break at times to give sunshine. If the winds pick up then I would expect more sunshine.