Where is the Meteorological Office located?
The Meteorological Office is located adjacent to the Control Tower at the Argyle International Airport, Argyle Gardens.
What is the purpose of the Meteorological Services?
The main purpose of the Meteorological Services is to provide meteorological information such as aerodrome meteorological reports (METAR) and aerodrome special meteorological reports (SPECI) to airline operators, flight crew members and air traffic services for the performance of their respective functions. This is in keeping with the international regulations. Additionally, we provides weather monitoring, relay-forecasts and warnings, and climate data services for St. Vincent and the Grenadines and adjacent waters, for the protection of life and property and the development of the national economy.
What is the times of operation at the Meteorological Services?
The Meteorological Services opens at 6am daily and closes after the departure of the last flight.
How can I/ my organization tour the Meteorological Services?
To tour our office you can make a formal request through the Aviation Services Department's administration office. They can be contacted by calling 784-4584011 or by email at
What are the instrument used at the Meteorological Office?
The instrument used at the Meteorological Office are mainly the anemometer, thermometers, barometer, rain gauge, sunshine recorder and the evaporation pan.
Can I get climatological data from your office?
Yes, Climatological data as far back as 1979 from the E.T Joshua station are readily available. Please visit the climatological page to request data. This service is free of cost.