The island is experiencing heavy rainfall, scattered thunderstorms and high seas Thursday due to the effects of Category 1 Hurricane Omar.
Minister of Education Vince Henderson announced on State radio Thursday morning that there will be no classes for schools island wide, adding that the Chief Education Officer was advised accordingly.
Henderson urged school principals however that they should visit their schools when the bad weather has subsided.
According to reports from the Government Meteorological Office, the weather will be generally cloudy to overcast with periods of rain from moderate to heavy showers, scattered thunderstorms and gusty winds. The weather was overcast with thunder showers and rough seas in the wee hours of the morning.
Rough seas rampage Mahaut shores by EDONA JNO BAPTISTE, Dominica News Staff 16.OCT.08
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