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The majority of the Eastern Caribbean chain was near normal. However, both St. Vincent and St. Lucia were moderately wet and Antigua was moderately dry. Conditions in Trinidad ranged from normal to moderately wet and Guyana was generally normal except in the east that was moderately wet. The Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Belize were normal, whilst the Cayman Islands was moderately dry
September 2009 to November 2010
For the three month period, Grenada and Barbados were very wet, whilst St. Vincent and St. Lucia were extremely wet. Dominica, Antigua and Anguilla were normal, whilst St. Kitts was moderately wet. As in the November, conditions in Trinidad and Guyana ranged from normal to moderately wet. Conditions in the Dominican Republic, Cayman Islands and Belize were normal. Jamaica was very wet in the west and moderately wet in the east.
June 2009 to November 2010
In the eastern Caribbean, Barbados, St. Vincent, St. Lucia and St. Kitts were extremely wet for the six month period. Grenada, Dominica, Antigua and Anguilla were moderately wet. Conditions in Trinidad and Guyana as well as the Dominican Republic ranged from normal to moderately wet. In Jamaica, conditions ranged from extremely wet in the west to normal in the east, whilst Cayman Islands was normal. In Belize rainfall ranged from normal in the north to very wet in the south.
December 2009 to November 2010
Grenada, Dominica and Anguilla were normal whilst St. Vincent and Barbados were very wet. St Lucia and St. Kitts were extremely wet, whilst Antigua was moderately wet. Conditions in Trinidad ranged from normal to moderately wet. Both Guyana and the Dominican Republic were normal. Jamaica was very wet, but Cayman Islands was normal. Apart from the northern and southern extremities that were moderately wet, Belize was normal.