cyclone abela

Cyclone Abela – Mauritius Experiences Cyclone in Winter After 44 Years

Cyclone Abela is a rare phenomenon according to the local meteorological service. Cyclones normally occur during summer, but cyclone Abela is visiting the region near Mauritius in winter, a phenomenon which last occurred nearly 44 years ago.

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Latest Major Updates

Time: 18 July 2016 – 04:00

Mauritius Alert: NONE
Rodrigues Alert: NONE
Distance: 880 Km NE of Mauritius
Location: 13.0 S – 61.4 E
Direction Moving: 28 km/h West South West
Atmospheric Pressure Near Center of Cyclone: –
Max Winds: –
Note: The combined effect of ‘ABELA’ and the strong anticyclone to the South-East of the mascarenes is maintaining a windy weather over our region. Winds of up to 80 Km/h expected. Sea rough to very rough beyond the reefs with waves of the order of 3 to 4 metres.

Time: 17 July 2016 – 16:00

Mauritius Alert: NONE
Rodrigues Alert: NONE
Distance: 1170 Km NE of Mauritius
Location: 12.0 S – 64.4 E
Direction Moving: 26 km/h West South West
Atmospheric Pressure Near Center of Cyclone: –
Max Winds: –
Note: Windy and rainy weather is expected in Mauritius as from Sunday evening through Monday. Winds of up to 80 Km/h expected.

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