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Otto forms south of Cayman but storm poses no threat here

An area of gusty thunderstorms became a tropical depression early Monday (21 November) and then Tropical Storm Otto by midday. The storm is only a few hundred miles south of the Cayman Islands, but the National Weather Service says it poses no threat at this time.

Otto is nearly stationery (as of 4:00 p.m. Monday), but AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski says it will drift westward toward Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua over the next few days. A path will only become more clear and it forms a more definite circulation.

Drenching showers could lead to flooding and mudslides in affected areas of Central America.

About the author

Patrick Kreitlow

Patrick Kreitlow

Pat Kreitlow joined the Cayman 27 staff in October 2015. For nearly a decade, Pat was a familiar presence in living rooms across western Wisconsin where he was a reporter and nightly news anchor at WEAU-TV. He later served his neighbors as a state senator. When he and his wife Sharry became “empty nesters,” they moved to Grand Cayman in early 2014. They have two daughters and two grandsons.

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