Cyclone names are selected in advance by the RA I Tropical Cyclone Committee of the World Meteorological Organization.
Classification of cyclones depends on the maximum continuous wind speed.
Cyclones migrating from the Australian observation area over the 90th degree of longitude are given a new name.
The other way around, they keep their name.
is, with 1 min peaks of 285 km/h, the strongest tropical cyclone measured in the southwestern Indian Ocean.
|Cyclone Classes||When they come into effect|
|Green Alert||5 to 2 days before the disaster|
|Yellow Alert||48h to 24h before impact|
|Red Alert||12 hours before impact|
|Alerte Blue||Phenomenon moving away or filling. But there are still residues of phenomena, dangers persist locally|