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, 15 September 2019, 11:24am
WEATHER UPDATE ... 15TH SEPTEMBER 2019
SOME RAIN THIS WEEK
With 4 tropical waves on the way, Tobago can expect some rain from time to time this week.
The first wave is over Tobago and there are some large and heavy showers around the south east Caribbean. One area of rain from St Lucia up to Antigua, a second east of this and out to sea and a third just east of Tobago.
Tropical waves often introduce a change on the weather. Some bring rain and some introduce a drier area of weather. The current rain is in a moist area between the first and second waves. The third wave arriving around midweek could bring wetter weather until the fourth wave may introduce drier weather again. Along each wave's axis there is potential for rain and squally conditions.
So, an unpredictable week in terms of the timings but one hopes that most of any rain will fall at night.
For details of any storms or weather disturbances please refer to the 2019 Hurricane forum.
Saturday, 21 September 2019, 12:24am
Paul, your observations are priceless.
Thank you once again. =D>