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IS IT COMING TO THE SOUTHERN JAMAICA114:39, 23 October 2010

IS IT COMING TO THE SOUTHERN JAMAICA

TELL ME IS IT COMING IN JAMAICA I NEED A ANSWER NOW!!

72.27.116.200 (talk)14:23, 23 October 2010

Hello, the chances of it making landfall in Jamaica are slim as it is moving off to the west. However according to the met service, "The centre of Tropical Storm Richard remains southwest of Jamaica and is expected to move further west, away from the island by tonight. Unstable weather conditions, however, persist across the Jamaica area; with morning showers and thunderstorms occurring across southern parishes. The forecast is for moderate to heavy showers with thunderstorms, this afternoon across mainly central and western parishes. Flash flooding of low lying and flood prone areas is therefore likely" and a flash flood watch is in effect for central and western parishes.

Bobby122 Contact Me (C)14:28, 23 October 2010