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 Tropical Storm Beryl Tracking Map.

The most recent tracking map for Tropical Storm Beryl.

Please note that Beryl did not attain Tropical Storm status while it was affecting the Cayman Islands.

Tropical Storm Beryl Advisories


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Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area.

Published 23rd May 2012, 10:0am

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate the possibility of 1 to 3 inches of rainfall over the Cayman area, especially over the sister islands during the next 24 hours. Grand Cayman residents can expect a gradual decrease in rainfall from this evening. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected mainly over the Sister Islands during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to continue to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, southerly winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over our area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. Small crafts should continue to exercise caution over open waters.

This will be the last Severe Weather bulletin issued on this system. Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast.

Forecaster Kerry Powery

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service

 

Published 23rd May 2012, 6:0am

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate the possibility of 2 to 3 inches of rainfall over Grand Cayman with higher values over the sister islands during the next 24 hours. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to continue to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, southerly winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over our area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. Small crafts should continue to exercise caution over open waters.

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the progress of this system. All residents are urged to stay tuned to the local media for further updates.

Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast

Next severe weather bulletin will be issued May 23rd at 10 a.m.

Forecaster Kerry Powery

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service

 

Published 22nd May 2012, 4:0pm

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate rainfall amounts of 3 to 4 inches are likely over Grand Cayman with higher values over the sister islands during the next 24 hours. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to continue to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, southerly winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over our area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. Small crafts should continue to exercise caution over open waters.

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the progress of this system. All residents are urged to stay tuned to the local media for further updates.

Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast

Next severe weather bulletin will be issued May 23rd at 6 a.m.

Forecaster Allan Ebanks

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service
 

Published 22nd May 2012, 12:52pm

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate rainfall amounts of 3 to 4 inches are likely during the next 24 hours with a maximum of 8 inches. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, south to southeast winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over the area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. A small craft warning is in effect.

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the progress of this system. All residents are urged to stay tuned to the local media for further updates.

Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast.

Next severe weather bulletin will be issued May 22nd at 5 a.m.

 

Published 22nd May 2012, 10:0am

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate rainfall amounts of 3 to 4 inches are likely during the next 24 hours with a maximum of 8 inches. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, south winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over the area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. Small crafts should continue to exercise caution over open waters.

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the progress of this system. All residents are urged to stay tuned to the local media for further updates.

Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast

Next severe weather bulletin will be issued May 22nd at 4 p.m. if needed.

Forecaster Allan Ebanks

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service
 

Published 22nd May 2012, 10:0am

Satellite pictures show a large area of cloudiness with embedded thunderstorms moving Northeastward across the Cayman area. Weather models indicate rainfall amounts of 3 to 4 inches are likely
during the next 24 hours with a maximum of 8 inches. Continued flooding of low lying areas is expected during the next 24 hours and residents are urged to take necessary precautions.

Additionally, south winds of 15 to 20 knots and rough seas are expected to continue over the area. Higher gusts in and around heavy showers will continue. Small crafts should continue to exercise caution over open waters.

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service will continue to monitor the progress of this system. All residents are urged to stay tuned to the local media for further updates.

Further details of local weather conditions can be found in the regular weather forecast

Next severe weather bulletin will be issued May 22nd at 4 p.m.

Forecaster Allan Ebanks

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service