Storm brewing in centre of Caribbean Sea

| 31/08/2020 | 8 Comments
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(CNS): Local forecasters are keeping watch on a tropical wave developing over the Central Caribbean moving westward across the region, which is likely to bring heavy rain to the Cayman Islands this week and become a tropical depression in the next few days. The US National Hurricane Center said this area of low pressure has changed little in organisation since Sunday but conditions were conducive for development.

The Cayman Islands Weather Service predicts light winds and slight seas and a 30% chance of rain on Monday with more unsettled weather by tomorrow evening. There is a 60% chance of showers and some thunder by nighttime and 80% chance of rain and choppy seas Wednesday due to this weather system, which could lead to flooding.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    God wants gay marriage

  2. Chris johnson says:

    No doubt all the expert seaman who own boats will figure out this time, not a good time to leave them out on Seven Mile Beach.

  3. Anonymous says:

    All Roper’s fault

    • Anonymous says:

      Which Roper? The one from the UK Government or the guy that owns the cleaning and supply company? And what the heck does that have to do with the weather?

      • Anonymous says:

        Chill, that was sarcasm.

      • Anonymous says:

        I think that the commenter is suggesting that the pestilence that has fallen over the land is the result of what they think are the bad decisions being made by the one from the UK government. This would not be unusual for someone with strongly held religious beliefs.

    • Anonymous says:

      You are a clown

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