LIAT has announced that due to the passage of Tropical Storm Kirk that several destinations within the LIAT network will be affected.
A statement by the company says that in the interest of passenger and crew safety, several flights have been cancelled and/or retimed.
The following flights have been cancelled for Thursday 27th September, 2018:
Caribbean Airlines says that due to Tropical Storm Kirk, four flights for Thursday September 27, 2018 have been cancelled.
The flights are
BW 434 Port-of-Spain to St. Lucia
BW 435 St. Lucia to Port-of-Spain
BW 412 Port-of-Spain to Barbados
BW 413 Barbados to Port-of-Spain
Passengers are being advised to contact CAL's reservation offices for rebooking on the next available service.
The National Hurricane Centre (NHC) in Miami says Tropical Depression Kirk has a 60 percent chance of redeveloping into a Tropical Storm within two days.
In its latest bulletin on the weather system, the NHC says remnants of Kirk are located about 950 miles east of theWindward Islands and are moving quickly westward at around 25 mph.
It says the system continues to produce a large area of showers and thunderstorms, along with winds to near gale force in gusts on its north side.
However, satellite data indicate that the system still lacks a closed circulation.
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has issued an Adverse Weather Alert #1 – Yellow Level for the period Friday 21st September, 2018 3:00 a.m. to Saturday 22nd September, 2018 6:00 p.m.
Yellow level means that there is the potential for negative impacts.
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service (TTMS) has issued an Adverse Weather Warning #1 – Yellow Level for today (Monday 17th September, 2018) from 2:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The TTMS has advised that adverse weather is occurring in varying areas and would likely continue throughout the day which will result in street/flash flooding, gusty winds and landslides/landslips in areas so prone.
This is due to an active Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) over the area which is interacting with a low-level trough.
Isaac, went from a Tropical Storm to a tropical depression on Thursday, has become a tropical storm again but its future is unclear, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Friday.
The storm is about 600 miles (965 km) east-southeast of Kingston, Jamaica with maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour (65 km/h), the Miami-based weather forecaster said.
"Isaac is forecast to become a tropical depression on Sunday and degenerate into a wave on Monday.
However this is an uncertain prediction," the NHC added.
Five deaths in North Carolina have been linked to Hurricane Florence Friday, including a mother and baby who died in Wilmington.
Wilmington Police reported on Twitter that a tree fell on a house on Mercer Avenue, killing the pair around 9:30 a.m.
The father was pulled from the home and transported to a local hospital with injuries, police said.
Gov. Roy Cooper confirmed one of the deaths occurred in Lenoir County, when someone was plugging in a generator, according to a press release.
The centre of Tropical Storm Isaac passed through the northern Lesser Antilles at approximately 9 am today and is currently over the eastern Caribbean Sea.
The Met Office says Isaac has become less organized and is now a weak Tropical Storm.
At 2 pm today, the centre of Tropical Storm Isaac was located near 14.9W 62.5N or about 130 km west-southwest of Dominica, moving W at 30 km/h with maximum sustained winds of 75 km/h.
A Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect for Guadeloupe, Dominica and Martinique but is expected to be discontinued later today.
Hurricane Florence will slow down, performing an agonizing crawl through the Carolinas and Southeast into early next week, producing catastrophic inland rainfall flooding, life-threatening storm surge and destructive winds.
Waves created by the storm are as high as a 7-storey building.
According to the National Hurricane Center, wave heights up to 83 feet were measured Wednesday morning to the northeast of Florence's eye.
As of Wednesday evening, Florence was centered 335 miles southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina, moving northwestward.