The hurricane season has started in the Caribbean. All the countries in the Caribbean region have increased their precautions. In line with this, the Commonwealth of Dominica has shared an advisory with the people of their community. In this advisory, they asked the community members to remain cautious after a tropical storm has formed in the Central Atlantic.
The authorities have claimed that the storm will likely affect the Lesser Antilles. Accordingly, the countries in this region will need to exercise reasonable precautions. Tropical storm Bret has formed in the Central Atlantic region. As per the reports that have so far come up, the centre of the Bret was near 11.3, -42.2
The authorities revealed that the storm was moving westward at 21 mph. The storm’s minimum central pressure is 1008 mb, with maximum sustained winds of about 40 mph. In line with these facts, the government of Dominica has asked the country’s people to take all necessary precautions. The forecast track reveals that the storm will hit the Lesser Antilles towards the end of the week.
The movement of the tropical storm will continue the same way for the next several days. Meanwhile, the experts predict that the tropical storm will strengthen in the upcoming days. Accordingly, the tropical storm may also turn into a hurricane. During his first address of the hurricane season, the Prime Minister of the country, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, claimed that Dominica is a Hurricane expert.
Accordingly, the prime minister urged the community to remain safe and secure in the upcoming months. The prime minister insisted that people must take steps to ensure that their loved ones and their property can remain safe in the long run
Meanwhile, the government is also taking significant steps in this direction. They are working to provide climate-resilient housing to the people. This was in line with the government’s commitment towards the welfare of the people.