Winds over Grand Cayman began shifting yesterday, calming the seas in George Town, but sending waves to the north coast.
And with the nor’easter will come rain.
The remnants of a frontal boundary over Jamaica retrogressed over the northwest Caribbean Thursday, which will lead to an increase in showers over Grand Cayman today.
The Cayman Islands National Weather Service predicts partly cloudy skies with brief passing showers likely. The high temperature will reach the upper 70s and low temperatures will fall into the low 70s.
What the new system will bring with it are brisk winds gusting up to 25mph today.
Seas will be moderate to rough with wave heights of four to six feet and a small craft warning remains in effect.
Mariners can expect the rough seas for the next few days, as well as scattered showers and thunder.