Several communities across Trinidad are now facing rising flood waters following overnight rain.
The Meteorological Office has issued an Adverse Weather Alert for the period Wednesday 10am to Thursday 8pm.
Kristian De Silva captured these photos in South Trinidad.
In the top photo, A cyclist peddles through floods in Barrackpore.
Below, a car navigates through floods at Lower Barrackpore and a resident looks out of his home as floods rise at Lalbeharry Trace, Monkey Town
The Met Office has cancelled the Adverse Weather Alert it issued for the period midday Wednesday to today.
The Met Office says although showers are still occurring in few areas, weather conditions have improved significantly.
The alert level has returned to green.
The Met Office has put its Adverse Weather Alert on Yellow Level and has dropped the Riverine Alert to Orange.
The Met Office is advising of an active Tropical Wave east of Trinidad and Tobago that will pass over the islands in the next 24 hours.
The Met Office says the Wave has a 60% chance of heavy showers and thundershowers in some areas.
The following is a bulletin issued by the Met Office.
"An active Tropical Wave is currently located east of Trinidad and Tobago with accompanying showers and thundershowers.