Set my alarm to check around the house at 5am EDT (4am Cayman Time).
In short…. no worries right now.
There has been a surprisingly low amount of rain (as judged by water in the parking lot), probably just 2-3″. We are expecting a lot more rain from the tail of the storm, but, based on what I see outside, it won’t be enough to cause any flooding beyond what low-lying areas might get with any rainy weekend (ie no storm surge breaching land in this location).
Winds have not been too bad (well, I had no difficulty sleeping). Again just a guess, but outside right now I would say about 40mph, gusting stronger.
Right now we have just passed the closest point of approach, and the 5am EDT co-ordinate had the storm at 97.8 miles away from us…. so it missed us. We are now therefore into the tail of the storm, so will have a few hours of Southerly winds and rain remaining, but the winds should not get any stronger from this point on.