The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) is encouraging members of the general public to exercise caution when traversing the nation’s roads after the country experienced hours of prolonged rainfall today, 4 November.
The Agency has received several reports of flooding in the Grenville and River Road areas, along with landslides on the western corridor of the island.
Motorists are urged to be vigilant and avoid driving through flood waters. Additionally, drivers should use alternative routes in areas that have a history of flooding.
NaDMA reminds the public that although the hurricane season is quickly coming to a close, conditions as experienced today should serve as a reminder of the need to always be prepared.
The Meteorological Office advises that weather conditions should improve overnight.
NaDMA, the official source for all disaster-related information in Grenada.