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DDM: Thunderstorms near BVI may cause heavy showers, flooding

Thick grey clouds captured hovering over the BVI Thursday morning, November 8.

The Department of Disaster Management (DDM) has issued an alert of thunderstorms immediately northwest of the British Virgin Islands.

Residents are being told to brace for what is being described as “heavy rainfall” on Thursday, November 8.

“Possible ponding of roads and flooding of areas with poor drainage,” the DDM said in a brief weather update Thursday morning.

The disaster management department did not give further details.

The territory has been affected by consistent rainy weather since the weekend.

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  1. kudos says:

    Sharlene on the ball these days

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  2. clap clap says:

    ATLAST!!!! ABOUT TIME!!!!

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  3. We deserve it says:

    We deserve to be flooded out. We want blessings but don’t want to do good to get the blessings. The sins of this land is from the people. We better change our ways….

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    • We don't deserve it says:

      Read a bible, p***k. how can you say that we deserve to be flooded.
      Talking about changes, people like you who need change. stop wishing bad on others dehman…………

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  4. “May cause”..? says:

    Wtf…? DDM it’s been raining for days now and the thunder barking like dogs in the pound. Look outside ayo windows nuh man and confirm the weather has been cr***y since about Sunday evening…

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