Atlantic storm free, but bad weather for Cayman

| 27/09/2010

(CNS): For the first time in several weeks on Monday there were no tropical storms in the Atlantic as Lisa became a remnant low. However, an area of disorganized cloudiness & thunderstorms over the north-western Caribbean Sea, just south of Grand Cayman appeared favourable for gradual development of a tropical system in the next few days as it drifts northward the NHC said. On Monday afternoon the centre increased its chance of becoming a cyclone from 30% to 40%. In the meantime the Cayman Islands can expect rainy and thundery weather over the next few days. On Monday winds will be 10 to 15 knots during the day increasing to 15 to 20 tonight.

Seas are expected to be become rough tomorrow with wave heights of 3 to 5 feet today increasing to 4 to 6 feet. There likely to be strong winds and increased showers throughout the week as the pressure moves across our area and as it develops into a tropical system.  
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Category: Science and Nature

About the Author ()

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Anonymous says:

    To CNS: is there a reason why the posts are not in order sometimes? for example, this was posted this morning but its the fifth article down the page? Just asking? Thanks.

    CNS: Articles are posted in chronological order (last posted nearest the top) except that headline stories are given larger font titles which keeps them at the top. After about a day we make the title normal sized font and they drop down to where they would have been if they were not headline stories.

    • Anonymous says:


      Speaking about your Articles, why don’t you have on your web page, your top 21 all-time MOST COMMENTED Articles


      Your top 21 all-time MOST HIGHLY RATED Comments, and which articles were associated with those comments

      Just an idea!

      You would have more options on your web page.  You can also include on your site, the most funny (lol) comments, and what would be interesting –


      Just food for thought in making CNS a more effective tool of journalism and providing information

      CNS: We don’t have the mechanism right now to produce all that without hours (and hours and hours) of work.

      We have plenty of ideas, it’s just a question of time and money to develop them. Soon come – a tally for the LOL vote.