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Wed 22 Mar 2023

Weather in Cayman


Cloudiness and showers over the northwest Caribbean left behind from a dissipated frontal boundary may support a few showers across the Cayman area over the next 24 hours. Further north, a high pressure system currently over the eastern US is expected to move over the western Atlantic Ocean tomorrow morning. As a result, the Cayman area can expect fresh northeasterly winds and rough seas from late tonight. Satellite images show scattered to broken low clouds over the northwest Caribbean.

Day: Partly cloudy. Winds ENE at 15 to 25 mph. Tonight:  Clear skies this evening. Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing overnight. Winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph.

Sea: Rough with a wave height of 4 to 6 feet. Small craft should exercise caution over open water.

Chance of rain: 40%

UV12 EXTREME UP from yesterday. Daily Max at 11 am

Humidity: 92%

Temperatures: Yesterday – Low 75.4°F, High 85.4 °F  Today (Expected) – Low 74°F High 85°F

Barometer: 1016.00 mb Steady

Rain: Last month: 0.27 in

Rain this month: 5.02 in
Last 24 hrs (since yesterday’s readings) 0.05 in. 0 days since rain, 6 rain days in March
2022 Season Total: 57.49 in 
2023 Season Total: 5.90 in


Latest rainfall readings are from SOUTH SOUND.
Average rainfall in March: 1.3 in.
Average temperature in March: 72°F to 86°F
Sea Temperature in March: 81°F

MOON: 0.9% Illumination

Waxing Crescent


Grand Cayman Sun & Tides Tables March 2023

From Tides4fishing

IMPORTANT NOTICEThe times reflected in the tidal table for Grand Cayman are predictions valid as references for sports fishing in areas near the coast of Grand Cayman. THEY ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR NAVIGATION. Remember that to practice any activity at sea like diving, windsurfing and fishing from a boat or underwater fishing should always be consulted with the official tide tables of the port of Grand Cayman.


Moderate: 3-5 Take precautions by covering up, and wearing a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen, especially if you will be outside for 30 minutes or more. Look for shade near midday when the sun is strongest.

High6-7 Protection required – UV damages the skin and can cause sunburn. Reduce time in the sun between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and take full precaution by seeking shade, covering up exposed skin, wearing a hat and sunglasses, and applying sunscreen.

Very High: 8-10 Extra precaution required – unprotected skin will be damaged and can burn quickly. Avoid the sun between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and seek shade, cover up, and wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Extreme: 11+ Take full precaution. Unprotected skin will be damaged and can burn in minutes. Avoid the sun between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., cover up, and wear a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Don’t forget that white sand and other bright surfaces reflect UV and increase UV exposure.

See: http://www.weather.gov.ky/portal/page?_
FOR RADAR IMAGE GO TO: https://www.weather.gov.ky/radar
Also see Weather In Cayman: http://www.weatherincayman.com


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