The National Weather Service have advised that strong north to northeast winds and rough seas will affect Grand Cayman from late Sunday as a cold front becomes stationary over the Cayman area and its associated high-pressure system builds over the southeast US.
Radar images show scattered showers northwest of the Cayman area moving towards the southeast.
Partly cloudy skies with cloudy spells and a 30% chance of showers are expected Monday through Thursday with winds from the Northeast at 20 to 25 knots with higher gusts.
The sea state is forecasted to be Rough with wave heights of 6 to 10 feet and a Marine Warning remains in effect though Thursday
The temperature will range for 78F in the day to 73F at night bring cool Christmas like weather to the Cayman Islands.