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Wrap up warm - it’s going to get cold

Wrap up warm folks because we’re going to get a wintry blast across The Bahamas later this week. With a cold front coming in from the north west overnight temperatures are going to go down quicker than an ice cold Kalik.

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UPDATED – Accuweather SkyGuard SEVERE Weather Warning: Heavy rain for Freeport

Showers and a thunderstorm will continue through this afternoon.

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Accuweather SkyGuard SEVERE Weather Warning 1406 until 9pm


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Tropical Storm Karen may start moving back towards the Bahamas

WEATHER officials are keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Karen, telling The Tribune it was too early to definitively state whether the country would be directly affected by this weather system. Geoffrey Greene, chief meteorologist at the Departme

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Jerry to skirt Bahamas

TROPICAL Storm Jerry is not expected to be a major threat to The Bahamas but is expected to skirt the southeastern islands on Sunday before heading away from the country, a local meteorologist said yesterday.Basil Dean, deputy director of the Departm

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Tropical Storm Jerry update

Tropical Storm Jerry is about 715 miles (1,150 kilometres) east of the Leeward Islands and moving west-northwest at 15 mph (nearly 25 kph).

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BPL Bahamas First Alert Weather Update

Tracking the Tropics

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Tropical storm warning discontinued

The government has discontinued a tropical storm warning as Humberto moves away from the Bahamas. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Humberto is expected to become a hurricane by Sunday night or early Monday, but it won't threaten land by the time it intensifies to that strength.

Warning as new tropical storm likely to form

PARTS of the country recently devastated by Hurricane Dorian are at risk for more bad weather, as a tropical storm warning was in effect last night for the northwest Bahamas. Yesterday, Chief Meteorological Officer Arnold King said the heavy showers