Lemonade Day 2022

28 Aug, 2022

Awesome Lemonade Stands on Lemonade Day 2022

The Integra Crew got out and about to see some of the many Lemonade Stands on Lemonade Day. Every single one of these children, the ones we did manage to visit and the many we couldn’t get around to, need a massive congratulations for all their efforts.This is an important day. It teaches life skills and some of these will go on to become our future business leaders and entrepreneurs. None of us are every too young, or too old to learn new skills.

Featured below (not in order) are:

  • Calebs Lemonade Stand with Caleb on Walkers Road for Miss Nadine’s Nursery
  • Cayman Sip with the 4 Fulton Sisters at AL Thompson for NCVO
  • Caymanade with James, Emily and Charlie at Public Beach
  • Meowy Made Lemonade with Ava, Zoe and Ellie at J Michael for Humane Society
  • Steph and Cami’s Lemonade Stand supporting Humane Society, at Crystal Harbour Entrance
  • Sunny Stand with Elodie, Maddie, Kiera at Governors Harbour Roundabout proceeds to St Baldricks and ODAAT
  • Superb Lemonade with Chriscent and Ahndray at Fosters West Bay
  • The Lemonade Hatchery with Seraphina, Sophie, Appy and Emily at Fosters Camana Bay for Humane Society
  • William, Emily and Reese at Crighton Drive for Feed our Future
  • Zuri at Smiths Cove for Meals on Wheels
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Where is it going?

The graph shows the possible tracks according to the various models. At this stage, without a depression formed, you can pretty much pick a model to suit your viewpoint. The dark track in the middle shows the best fit, along with the pressure at various time points from now. This one is shows it reaching our distance at around 96+ hours. You can see it passes to the South but this is a best fit line not a prediction.

There are model collections showing a best fit line passing over Grand Cayman and another located to the North. They are just average positions and the real position is completely indeterminate at this point.

How Strong?

Again it is very uncertain but at 120 hours, 50% of predictions (7 out of 14) have it at TS or Category 1 level, and another 4 of 14 have it at Category 2. Only 3 of 14 have it above this level.

It is important to remember that the strength of any storm is based on a direct hit and the further away it goes past the lower it will be ‘for us’. Most of us will remember the Category 1 (just) direct hit last year, were created some flooding and a lot of mess to clear up but not very much damage.  50 miles way and you have a completely different picture.

The point is, we just need to watch it and start basic preparations. I will update when we know more.

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