The Nevis Disaster Management Committee hosted its first meeting for 2021 on April 20, ahead of this year’s Atlantic Hurricane Season which runs from June 01 to November 30.
Atlantic Hurricane Season
Carlene Henry-Morton, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Transport, and Ports, has congratulated the St. Kitts Department of Meteorological Services for 50 years of service to the island’s population and encouraged the staff to…
A fast-strengthening Hurricane Iota became a very dangerous Category 4 storm as it swept over the western Caribbean early Monday, approaching the same part of Central America battered by a similarly powerful Hurricane Eta just over a week…
Weather Bulletin Issued at: 7am Tuesday, 20th October 2020.
Weather Bulletin Issued at: 7am Friday, 16th October 2020
Weather Bulletin Issued at: 7am Wednesday, 23rd September 2020 Present Weather: Cloudy skies
Weather Bulletin Issued at: 7am Monday, 21st September 2020 Present Weather: Cloudy Skies
Weather Bulletin Issued at: 7am Tuesday 8th September 2020 Present Weather: Partly Cloudy Skies Winds: A Gentle breeze of 8mph from the East-northeast. Temperature: 27°C / 81°F
Motorists are advised that there is a temporary diversion of traffic at Old Road Bay Road to the new road under construction.
All Government offices have been advised to close today, August 21st, 2020, at 1:00 pm following a decision made by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, representatives of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), and the St. Kitts…
Potential Tropical cyclone #9 drenched St. Kitts and Nevis with rain on late Tuesday and on Wednesday (July 28 and 29) causing waterways to flood, while winds gusting close to 50 miles per hour toppled electrical poles and trees.
As Tropical Storm Isaias passes St. Kitts and Nevis, individuals are encouraged to stay clear of ghauts as there is the potential for flash flooding.
Abdias Samuel, National Disaster Coordinator (NDC) of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has appealed to the general public to stay off the road as potential tropical cyclone 9 – Isaias passes the Federation of St. Kitts and…
Occasional rainy and windy conditions caused by Tropical Cyclone 9 prompted the partial activation of the National Emergency systems in St. Kitts and Nevis.
A high voltage pole that was blown down in the vicinity of John England's Village, St. Peter's is the cause of a major power outage that affected several communities early Wednesday morning.