The Met Service of Jamaica on Saturday (August 28) lifted the flash flood warnings that was in effect for low-lying and flood-prone areas.
This comes after the Met Service reported that the country is no longer being affected by the outer bands of Hurricane Ida.
Satellite imagery show a decrease in rain activities across all parishes, with weather conditions gradually improving.
Hurricane Ida is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane when it enters the gulf coast on Sunday.
The projected forecast shows Hurricane Ida moving over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico on Saturday and over the north-central Gulf of Mexico on Sunday.