Eta All Clear
Published 7th November 2020, 8:12pm
All Clear Issued for the Cayman Islands at 7 p.m. (Incudes Little Cayman and Cayman Brac)
With Tropical Storm Eta currently 109 miles to the NNE of Grand Cayman, and 54 miles NNW of Cayman Brac, the Cayman Islands National Weather Service in conjunction with the Chairman of the National Hazard Management Council, the Hon. Franz Manderson and the Director of Hazard Management Cayman Islands, Dani Coleman announced the ‘All Clear’ for the Cayman Islands.
Eta is currently moving away from the Cayman Islands. On its current path Eta is expected to move over Cuba by late tonight.
While several places remain flooded. The potential for further flooding has decreased and the flood warning for the Cayman Islands has been discontinued.
Rough Seas are still forecast to affect the Cayman Islands and a Marine Warning remains in effect.
This will be the final Severe Weather Bulletin issued on Tropical Storm Eta. For further details on the system please visit www.nhc.noaa.gov