Sea surges generated by the passage of Tropical Storm Zeta are expected to continue around Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands over the next couple of days, National Weather Service meteorologist Avalon Porter has said.
Cayman has seen some wet weather over the past 48 hours, as Tropical Storm Zeta brought rain and windy conditions to the island.
Tropical Depression 28 has formed south of Grand Cayman. While the system will bring rain throughout the weekend, it is expected to drift away from the Cayman Islands in coming days, according to the National Weather Service.
The Cayman Islands National Weather Service has issued a flood warning, which is expected to remain in effect until Sunday evening as heavy rains are forecast over the weekend.
Tropical Storm Epsilon was upgraded to a category one hurricane and is expected to further strengthen Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center has said.
A tropical storm watch for Bermuda after Epsilon made a northwestward turn on Tuesday.
The Cayman Islands and the wider eastern Caribbean are not expected to be impacted by the current system.
Meteorologists are keeping an eye on three weather systems are currently in the Caribbean area.