Tropical Storm Tammy: Schools closed and events canceled in Martinique

Tropical Storm Tammy: Schools closed and events canceled in Martinique

Due to the passage of Strong Tropical Storm Tammy in the West Indies, some schools and cultural events in Martinique were canceled on Friday, October 20. This phenomenon, which is located less than 300 kilometers from our territory, is expected to cause heavy rains and storms with speeds of up to 110 kilometers per hour throughout the day.


As Tropical Storm Tammy approaches and Martinique passes into yellow alert status for “f“Or rain, storms” and “flooding waves” on the Atlantic coast. Some municipalities announced the closure of their educational institutions and the cancellation of their cultural events.

In Le François, municipal primary, middle and nursery schools will close at 1pm. However, school meals will be provided to all students. “Parents are requested to pick up their children at 1pm.”warns Samuel Tavernier, the mayor of François.

Due to deteriorating weather conditions, the outdoor screening of the film scheduled for Friday at La Savane in Fort-de-France has been postponed to a later date.

The Ba Guan Mun Service Forum scheduled to be organized by Rupert City today has been canceled due to weather conditions.

there Dokus City canceled The “Healthy Village in Pink” is planned for Saturday 21 October at Yolande St. Rose School.

As a reminder, yellow alert Be especially careful:

  • If you have to practice extreme sports by sea
  • If your outdoor activities are located in an open area, near beaches or at sea.
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