The Tropical Storm Warning placed over Trinidad and Tobago was discontinued around 11 pm Tuesday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service lifted the warning, which led to government offices being closed around midday and the closure of most schools. Instead, it was replaced with an Adverse Weather Alert.
According to CNC3 weather anchor Kalain Hosein, during live updates, the ITCZ was still expected to affect the country through Wednesday. He said that while sunny skies are expected to return on Thursday yet another Tropical Wave will be moving across the "entirety of the Lesser Antilles on Friday into Saturday." But Hosein said that wave has a low chance of development over the next 48 hours with the bulk of that active weather moving north of Trinidad and Tobago on Friday into Saturday with some rainfall.
The Tropical Storm Warning, which was in effect, saw a prime ministerial team of Government ministers - including the Minister of Local Government Faris Al-Rawi, kicking preparation plans into high gear with sandbags beings distributed and several other high contingency plans put in place.