Yesterday night, the island was bathed in torrential rains, with the East and North-east regions affected to a larger extent. The meteorological station of Vacoas has forecast that it is going to rain cats and dogs today as well. According to a meteorologist, risks of thunderstorms coming loom above us. The Mauritian population is to expect torrential or, at least, moderate rainfall. Active clouds have been witnessed to be coming from the North-east of the island.
Furthermore, some regions may be more exposed to the rainfall than others; rainwater is expected to accumulate. Highly-elevated regions like Quartier Militaire and Curepipe will most probably be shadowed by fog. The central plateau will witness rainfall throughout the day. However, the possibility of improvement in the weather is also being entertained.