The National Weather Service has issued a small craft warning for boat users as waters around Cayman continue to churn.

The warning comes as the weather service said rough seas will continue throughout Monday as a cold front moves over the Cayman area.

The front was expected to become stationary just west of Jamaica Sunday night.

Radar images show isolated showers over the Cayman area moving southeast.

Two cruise ships missed their calls in Cayman Sunday as waves pounded Hog Sty Bay.

Forecasters projected winds to be northerly at 10 to 15 knots with wave heights of between 3 to 5 feet, followed by slighter wave heights of 1 to 3 feet as the week progresses.

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