After being recently featured on DJ Khaled’s ‘Wish Wish’ along with 21 Savage, Cardi B dropped her own single ‘Press’ on 30th May 2019.
Press, Press, Press, Press, Press
Listen to the Official Audio of ‘Press’ below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
As registration began at 7am today, Friday 31st May 2019, hundreds of Venezuelan migrants turned up at several official venues to be processed. Many of them eagerly waited in line overnight with chairs and cushions. Their ultimate hope is to be approved to receive their Registration Card.
“Mass starvation” and “political upheaval” were common reasons they gave for fleeing Venezuela and coming to Trinidad in large numbers. The registration process will continue for the next two (2) weeks, ending on 14th June 2019.
See eight (8) important facts below about the registration process as outlined by the Ministry of Communications.
Registration Forms can be accessed online at this link - https://venezuelanmigrantregistration.gov.tt
UPDATE: The Met Office has issued an Adverse Weather Alert (Yellow Level) due to the threat of this Tropical Wave.
Following the passage of the first Tropical Wave earlier this week, the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service is advising citizens that a second Tropical Wave is forecast to affect T&T from Sunday 2nd June 2019 and into Monday.
This Tropical Wave is currently embedded within the ITCZ.
At this time, Showers and Thunderstorms are in the forecast. A Wind Surge with accompanying Saharan Dust is expected to follow the passage of the Tropical Wave. Initial projections are showing an increase in dust concentrations on Tuesday 4th June 2019.
The video below was recorded during the passage of the first Tropical Wave earlier this week, which triggered an early start to the 2019 Rainy Season.
UPDATE (13/06/19): WASA released another statement today reiterating that intermittent rainfall thus far has had no real impact on the country’s four (4) main Reservoirs. Citizens are once again reminded that watering private gardens or washing private motor vehicles, amongst other restrictions, are still prohibited and can lead to Fines upon summary conviction.
UPDATE (03/06/19): Speaking at an Environmental Symposium today, Minister of Public Utilities, Robert Le Hunte, urged citizens to continue to conserve water. Le Hunte also warned that the expected rainfall for June/July will be less than past Rainy Seasons in T&T.
The Water and Sewage Authority is reminding citizens that ‘Water Use Restrictions’ and their corresponding Fines are still in effect, despite the official start of the 2019 Rainy Season. Revised Temporary Water Supply Schedules also remain in effect until further notice.
Water levels at the four (4) main Reservoirs are all below 43% at this time and will require months of regular rainfall in order to fully recover from their depleted levels during the recent harsh Dry Season.
See the recent statement from WASA below.
It is important to note that a period of consistent or regular rainfall will be required in order to deliver a sustained increase in raw water flows at the Authority’s Surface Water Treatment Plants, which have been adversely affected by the past months of severe dry weather.
The 2019 Rainy Season has officially started for Trinidad & Tobago. This video was recorded during a drive on the Highway from Chaguanas to Port-of-Spain on Tuesday 28th May 2019.
Watch the video below and always remember to exercise caution on wet roads.
Following rainfall activity from the passage of a Tropical Wave on Tuesday 28th May 2019, the Trinidad and Tobago Meteorological Service has officially declared the start of the 2019 Rainy Season.
According to the Met Office, once the initial episode of rainfall activity is triggered by the ITCZ or a Tropical Wave, it signals the start of the country’s Rainy Season.
See their Official Statement below for full details.
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