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Refer to CINWS weather forecast products for details of any related weather effects on the Cayman area.

Published 15th September 2018, 9:23am

The NHC has advised that Isaac has dissipated and has issued its last advisory on the remnants of the weather system!

The Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) will continue to monitor the remnants of Isaac as it moves over the central Caribbean. The local forecast indicates an 80 % chance of rainfall on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (September 18th -20th) which at times could be locally heavy and lead to flooding of low lying areas. Also for the same time period - southeasterly winds 10 to 15 knots with height gusts, and wave heights of 3 to 5 feet with larger swells, especially for the south and southeast of Grand Cayman. Small craft are advised to exercise caution over open water (on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday).

With over two months left in the official hurricane season (concluding on November 30th) Residents are encouraged to maintain high levels of preparedness, particularly as we now entering the time of year that has historically been more active for the Cayman Islands.