At 5: 00 AM today, the center of Tropical Storm FIONA was located near latitude 16.4 North,
longitude 63.3 West, approximately 150 miles northwest of Dominica, moving in a westerly
direction near 13 mph.
- As of 5:00 AM, the Tropical Storm WATCH was discontinued for the Commonwealth of
- A Flood WATCH remains in effect for the Commonwealth of Dominica.
POSSIBLE IMPACTS TO DOMINICA
- Rainfall amounts of 3 to 5 inches (75 to 125 mm) with higher amounts in elevated areas
are expected over the next 12 hours.
- Possible flash flooding and landslides.
UPDATES FROM THE OFFICE OF DISASTER MANAGMENT (ODM)
i. The Dominica Meteorological Office and the Office of Disaster management continues real-time monitoring of the rainfall across Dominica.
ii. The public is reminded to exercise caution in flood and landslide prone areas.
iii. Mariners should continue to exercise caution.
iv. Stay tuned to the official media outlets for updates on the actions of the National Emergency Planning Organization (NEPO)
The National Emergency Planning Organization (NEPO) remains on ALERT and continues to monitor the instability associated with the passage of tropical storm FIONA over Dominica.