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Continued Improvement of Weather Conditions Expected

Aerial image of the Windsor Park Community

George Town, Cayman Islands, 10 June 2024 Weather conditions are expected to improve gradually through the night following severe flooding on Monday 10 June. Cloudy to overcast skies with moderate showers and thunder are expected mainly over the Sister Islands through late tonight. A further decrease in cloudiness and showers is expected from late tonight across the Cayman Islands.

Further rainfall accumulations are expected to be limited with a chance of between half to one inch of rain, projected mainly over the Sister Islands lasting through late tonight.

Winds will be southeast to south at 15 to 20 knots with higher gusts in and around heavy thunder. Seas will be rough with wave heights of 4 to 6 feet. Small craft should exercise caution over the open seas. The National Weather Service reminds the public that all Cayman weather updates, including radar images, can be viewed at

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The Linford Pierson Highway is now fully reopened following closure due to high floodwaters. “The National Roads Authority is working diligently to address the significant flooding and road closures caused by the recent heavy rainfall. Our top priority is ensuring the safety and well-being of all residents”, stated Minister for Planning, Agriculture, Housing, Infrastructure, Transport & Development Hon. Jay Ebanks. “I urge everyone to exercise caution, follow road closure signs, and stay updated through official channels.  The NRA, in collaboration with Hazard Management, 911, and the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), is committed to restoring normalcy as swiftly as possible and appreciates the public’s cooperation during this challenging time.” 

Premier O-Connor-Connolly thanked the Cayman Islands community for complying with government issued notifications during the height of the emergency. “I am grateful to NEOC, our disaster response personnel and our key stakeholders for their swift and efficient response today. I encourage everyone to remain vigilant and proactively prepare for situations such as these”, she said in closing.

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Aerial image showing flooding by Agnes Way, George Town.
Continued Improvement of Weather Conditions Expected

Aerial image of the Windsor Park Community. 

The National Emergency Operations Centre (NEOC) continued to support restoration efforts into the evening. Premier and Minister for Education, Hon. Juliana O’Connor-Connolly provided an update regarding schools, stating the facilities through Grand Cayman are being assessed. “‘Based on current assessments and improving weather conditions, we anticipate a regular school day tomorrow Tuesday 11 June. Further education updates will be provided”, she stated.

Flooding in the area surrounding the Owen Roberts International Airport, George Town. Photo Credit to RCIPS.



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