Location: Jamaica and Cayman Islands
Event: An area of low pressure has formed in the southeastern Caribbean Sea, with associated shower and thunderstorm activity. As the storm moves west-northwest through the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands are likely to be impacted by the storm beginning Saturday, September 24th. The storm direction, intensity, and impact are uncertain; however, tropical storms and hurricanes can produce high winds and significant rainfall that may result in life-threatening flooding, flash flooding, and storm surge.
Actions to take
Monitor the National Hurricane Center, Meteorological Service of Jamaica, and local media for updates.
Identify secure shelter.
Review your personal security plans.
Have travel documents up to date and easily accessible.
Make contingency plans to leave.
U.S. Embassy Kingston, Jamaica
142 Old Hope Rd. Kingston 6, Jamaicahttps://jm.usembassy.gov/+1-876-702-6000 KingstonACS@state.gov
U.S. Consular Agency Montego Bay
Whitter Village, Ironshore
Unit EU-1 (across from Burger King)
Montego Bay, St. James, JamaicaMobayACS@state.gov+1-876-953-0620
U.S. Consular Agency Cayman Islands150 Smith Road Smith Road Center, Unit 202B George Town, KY1-1010 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands +345-945-8173 CaymanACS@state.gov
State Department – Consular Affairs+1-888-407-4747 or +1-202-501-4444
Cayman Island Country Information
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