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| 12/05/2016

With just three weeks to go before the start of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, local weather officials are urging people in Cayman to avoid complacency following several quiet years and more predictions for low storm activity this year. John Tibbetts, Director General of the Cayman Islands National Weather Service (CINWS), said that despite the near average prediction, it only takes one direct hit to change the local perception of the season. 

“All residents should at this time evaluate their own level of preparedness and create or amend their own hurricane plans. These actions taken early will ease the level of stress associated with an approaching hurricane and the panic of last minute preparations,” he said.


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