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Tel No.:(784) 456-2975
Or (784) 458-6366
Fax No:(784) 457-1691

E-mail: nemosvg@gmail.com

Contact Information

Permanent Secretary
Mr. Godfred Pompey
PBX No.: (784) 456-1111 Ext: 463
Fax: (784) 4572152
Email: office.natsec@mail.gov.vc

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NEMO News


NEMO to Host Workshop on the Impact of Volcanic Ash on the Environment and Infrastructure

The National Emergency Management Organisation(NEMO), in collaboration with the Strengthening Resilience in Volcanic Areas (STREVA), Project of the University of East Anglia (UK), and the Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies, will conduct a workshop on ‘The Impact of Volcanic Ash on the Environment and Infrastructure’ on Tuesday 10th March.

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NEMO and SVGRC to Host Consultation

The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) in collaboration with the St Vincent and the Grenadines Red Cross Society (SVGRC), the French Red Cross (FRC) and the Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department of the European Commission (ECHO) will host a National Consultation to present the revised National Volcano Emergency Plan (NVEP), for the La Soufriere Volcano.

 

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NEMO to Host National Validation Workshop on Document for Disaster Risk Reduction for St. Vincent and the Grenadines

The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) will host a National Validation workshop on the Draft Country Document for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) for St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 25th – 26th September, 2014.

 

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Residents in flood and landslide areas are ask to exercise caution PDF Print

RESIDENTS IN FLOOD AND LANDSLIDE PRONE AREAS ARE ASKED TO CONTINUE TO EXERCISE CAUTION AND BE ON THE ALERT.

 

Overcast skies, showers and periods of rain affected Saint Vincent and the Grenadines this morning due to lingering moisture associated with a trough system.

Moreover, these conditions are expected to continue this afternoon and may persist into the night with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms as the trough continues to affect the islands.

 

The tropical wave with axis extending along 46 W is expected to approach the islands by early Thursday. Although the intensity associated with this wave is limited due to dry Sahara air, caution should be exercised as an interaction with an upper level trough is possible.

 
Flood Warning is in effect for the next 12-24 hours

A flood warning in this case means that flooding may be occurring already.

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Weather Resources

Links to excellent websites:

- stormcarib.com
- Navy/NRL Monterey
- WeatherUnderground
- NOAA/NESDIS (floater loops)
- RAMSDIS Imagery
- Caribbean/Atl. buoy data
- STORM2K forum
- www.svgweather.info - Vincy weather observations and forecast