Tag: Hydrometeorological Service

Hydromet office predicts May-July rains to be above normal

Hydromet office predicts May-July rains to be above normal

Staff Writer Staff Writer- May 4, 2022

The Hydrometeorological Service of the Ministry of Agriculture has predicted that there will be wet as usual to above normal ... Read More

Ministry of Agriculture – Hydrometeorological Service receives support from UNDP for strengthened effective, gender-responsive and timely decision making for disaster preparedness

Ministry of Agriculture – Hydrometeorological Service receives support from UNDP for strengthened effective, gender-responsive and timely decision making for disaster preparedness

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 20, 2022

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Ministry of Agriculture - Hydrometeorological Service today signed a handover agreement for ... Read More

Water Levels receding across Georgetown

Water Levels receding across Georgetown

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 27, 2021

- National Task Force Head and other members visit impacted areas Members of the National Flood Taskforce, including its head ... Read More

Seasonal Forecast & Advisory  for the Secondary Rainfall Season

Seasonal Forecast & Advisory for the Secondary Rainfall Season

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 8, 2021

Rainfall There’s a high chance for wetter than usual (above-normal) conditions across all Administrative Regions for the period December, 2021 ... Read More

Hydromet office cautions about publishing unverified weather information

Staff Writer Staff Writer- September 2, 2021

The management of the Hydrometeorological Service continues to note, with much concern, the recent upsurge in the publishing of weather ... Read More

Guyana receives almost US$1M from Japan to boost National Flood Early Warning System

Guyana receives almost US$1M from Japan to boost National Flood Early Warning System

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 15, 2021

The Government of Japan has made approximately US$1 million available to boost Guyana’s National Flood Early Warning System. Minister of ... Read More

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