Mud Volcano hisses at Tropical Storm Karen

Black skies as Tropical Storm Karen leaves floods
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The mud volcano that spewed ash for nearly three kilometres in its last awakening, hissed at Tropical Storm Karen as its dark bands whipped up high winds and poured torrents of rain over Trinidad and Tobago. Stay tuned for updates from Leaves of Life GLoCalKnowledgePot (LOLGLoCaL) exclusive extended archives of this natural phenomenon. Scroll down for more.

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Karen Storm bands wreak havoc

With winds up to 70 kilometre per hour, Karen tail-bands leave widespread flooding and damage to property and livestock across the islands of the Southern Caribbean. Scroll down for more on Tropical Storm Karen. Listen to the vision behind I the Sky & Me the Sea in video below.

Karen heads towards Grenada and its dependencies and St Vincent and the Grenadines, the Northern Caribbean and southern USA. where a Tropical Storm Watch is on for U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Vieques and Culebra
and British Virgin Islands according to the US National Hurricane Centre. Scroll down for more after you take a look at some of the outstanding reviews and insights into I the Sky.

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Though not to the degree of last October’s floods, many will spend this and the next few days mopping up as Karen spreads her wrath. Read my Calypso Tribute to Heroes of the Flood here

Meanwhile, the Mud Volcano in Piparo, South Trinidad….more soon…

More about Storm Karen

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