Bulletin No. 23 on the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines issued by the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO on Sunday, January 24, 2021, at 8 pm.

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La Soufriere Volcano remains at Alert level ORANGE and the volcano continues to exude magma on the surface.No evacuation order or notice has been issued for residents living in areas close to the La Soufriere volcano!

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Photo Courtesy: UWISeismic Research

Today’s Marine Forecast for Seas Around Montserrat for Friday, January 22, 2021

Seas: Small waves – becoming longer; fairly frequent white horses; waves heights up to 3.9 feet!

Winds: Gentle to Moderate Easterly winds; with wind speeds ranging from 9 to 16 knots!

Remember, Think about boat safety and plan your trip before you go. Knowledge and planning reduce the risks and increase the fun. Always tell someone where you’ll be going, when you expect to be back, and what your boat looks like. Keep in mind that there might not be cell phone coverage where you are heading!

May be an image of sky and text that says 'DMCA ICA DAILY MARINE FORECAST REPORT Friday, January 22, 2021 Seas.. Winds.. Skies.. 7AM are 1.2M or 3'9" Easterly @ 9 to 16KT. 16 SUNNY ALL DAY.. 6PM 1.2M or 3'9" High. E E12to16KT. to 16 Note: The reported measurements are taken about one mile off the North-eastern end of the island. Prepared by Captain John Howes'

Bulletin No. 20 on the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines issued by the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 8 pm.

La Soufriere Volcano remains at Alert level ORANGE and the volcano continues to exude magma on the surface.

No evacuation order or notice has been issued for residents living in areas close to the La Soufriere volcano!

No photo description available.

Photo Courtesy: UWISeismic Research

Today’s Marine Forecast for Seas Around Montserrat for Thursday, January 21, 2021

Seas: Small waves – becoming longer; fairly frequent white horses; waves height up to 4.9 feet!

Winds: Moderate to Fresh Easterly winds; with wind speed ranging from11 to 19 knots!

Remember, Think about boat safety and plan your trip before you go. Knowledge and planning reduce the risks and increase the fun. Always tell someone where you’ll be going, when you expect to be back, and what your boat looks like. Keep in mind that there might not be cell phone coverage where you are heading.

Image may contain: ocean, sky, tree, outdoor, nature and water, text that says 'DAILY MARINE FORECAST REPORT Thursday, January 21, 2021 7AM 6PM Seas.. Winds.. Skies.. are 1.5M or 4'9" 1.3M or 4'2"' High. Easterly @ 14to 19 KT. 11 to 17 KT. Partly Cloudy, with AM & PM passing rain showers.. Note: Some moderately GUSTY Winds, for the first days, then great weather and Sunny Skies for the rest of the week ahead! The reported measurements are taken about one mile off the North-eastern end of the island. Prepared by Captain John Howes'

Bulletin No.19 on the La Soufriere Volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines issued by the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at 8 pm.

La Soufriere Volcano remains at Alert level ORANGE and the volcano continues to exude magma on the surface.

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No evacuation order or notice has been issued for residents living in areas close to the La Soufriere volcano!

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Photo Courtesy: UWISeismic Research

Important Notice for Isle Bay Residents

Access has now been restored to Isles Bay and residents can now travel to and from the north of the island. The Public Works Department has cleared the Isle Bay road and its drivable again. The Disaster Management Coordination Agency (DMCA) is urging residents and motorists to drive with extreme caution when crossing the Belham Valley River.