Government of the Cayman Islands has discontinued the Tropical Storm Watch for the Cayman Islands as of 10:00AM today, 31 October 2022 due to a southerly shift in the forecasted path and decreased risk to our area. discontinuation of the Tropical Storm Watch applies to all three islands.
The Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS) will be issuing Marine Advisories throughout the coming days, as the effects of this cyclone will likely create hazardous conditions for marine craft. All persons are encouraged to exercise caution along the coastline.
Director General Cayman Islands National Weather Service, John Tibbetts, explained: “The southerly shift of this weather system has been a welcome development this morning, but all are still advised to remain vigilant. Residents should anticipate an increased likelihood of overcast skies, intermittent thunderstorms, and some increased winds over the next 48 hours so please do exercise caution while going through your day.”
At 10:00AM, the centre of Potential Tropical Cyclone 15 was located near latitude 15.5 ° north and longitude 77.3° west.
the current forecast track, Potential Tropical Cyclone 15 is expected to pass 375 miles southeast of Grand Cayman.
Stay informed and be prepared by visiting www.gov.ky and www.caymanprepared.gov.ky or tuning in to Radio Cayman 89.9FM.