Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Weather
A storm warning remains in effect for the Cayman Islands Eta is approaching the area. A severe weather warning has been issued for all Caribbean and US Virgin Islands and parts of the US Virgin Islands. The National Weather Service of the Caymen Islands has issued a severe weather warning for most of its islands and for large parts of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Haiti.
The NWS has warned that extreme rainfall is expected in the Cayman Islands tonight and on Saturday. Highs of 30 degrees are expected on Friday morning, with the temperature at 28 degrees Celsius. This corresponds to September, when the average water temperature will be around 28 degrees, with the average daily maximum being around 28 degrees. 29 degrees. The Caymen Islands' national weather service is forecasting a maximum of 31 degrees on Thursday, a low of 27 degrees on Sunday and an average of 28 degrees on Monday. Look at the forecast for the coming week and suggest your place, but note the fact that this is September, when average water temperatures in September will be below average with an above average daily maximum of 26 degrees, while the above - average midday maximum is 29 degrees.
If you are looking for dry weather, it is February, April and then March, with an average sea temperature of around 30 degrees Celsius, with sunny intervals recently in the Cayman Islands. The weather map below shows the weather forecast for the next days and weeks, as well as the weather for each of us at the Caymen Islands National Service. Temperatures will vary from day to day, with highs of 29 degrees Celsius and lows of 27 degrees on Sunday.
Daytime temperatures average 32 ° C, and drop to 25 ° C during the day and night. The daytime temperature reaches 32 ADEGC, while the night temperature drops to -25 ° C. During the day and night the temperature can reach up to 32 ° C, while at night it drops to + 25 ° C.
The daytime temperature reaches 30 ADEGC during the day, at night it drops to + 24ADegC. The daytime temperatures reach 30 degrees, with the daytime temperature dropping to -24ADEG C during the day and -25 degrees C at night. Daytime temperatures can reach up to 30 ADECC, while night temperatures drop to 25 ADEC C. At night, temperatures drop to 20 ° C during the day and 0 ° C in the evening.
The chart on the right, used by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), shows that March is the most popular month of the year to visit, followed by December and July. The graph on the left, which uses the US National Weather Service (USNWS) and NOAA's National Climatic Data Center (NCDC), shows that March is the most popular month of the year for a visit, followed by December to July and February to April. The charts at the USWSI National Climate Data Center (NCDC), used in the table above (right), show the period April to June to March as the most popular month for visits, followed by November to December, July to February.
If we consider the warmest times to visit the Cayman Islands, the hottest months are August, July and then September. The best months to visit the Caribbean are April, which has one of the highest average temperatures in the world and the second highest number of visits per year.
The rainy season in the Cayman Islands lasts from the end of May to October, sometimes from October to the beginning of November and sometimes until November.
Although the Cayman Islands have over 300 days of sunshine a year, they are also in the path of the major storm systems and hurricanes that cross the Caribbean. The best time to visit the Caymen Islands depends on your ability to avoid tropical storms, hurricanes, tropical cyclones and other tropical weather events. Although it is one of the world's leading diving destinations, divers should avoid the islands in August and September when tropical storms can stir up the water and cause serious damage to diving equipment and equipment. In addition, the months leading up to hurricane season, from August to October, are not the best times to dive in the Caymans Islands due to the strong winds and heavy rain.