Grenadians were taken by shock on Wednesday as the northern part of the country was hit by a freak storm, which consisted of lightening and thunder with heavy rain.
The weather pattern came as a surprise to many residents on the northern side of the island as heavy water overflow many rivers.
According to the local Met office, the weather experienced was due to a Surface Trough affecting the area especially the northern part of Grenada and Carriacou.
The heavy rain caused a standstill in the Town of Grenville, and water passed over the banks of some bridges in Dunfermline and Moyah.
Video clips of the situation were widely circulated on social media.
In one of the clips it was clearly seen that a bus was being partially carried away by the heavy rainwater that had taken over the roadway in Moyah.
There was no reported loss of lives or damages to property.