Indian Ocean Weather

Mauritius current Cyclone Information

Cyclone information & current forecast for Mauritius

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10 Days Forecast

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Tropical Warnings

ABIO10 PGTW 191800
MSGID/GENADMIN/JOINT TYPHOON WRNCEN PEARL HARBOR HI//
SUBJ/SIGNIFICANT TROPICAL WEATHER ADVISORY FOR THE INDIAN
/OCEAN/191800Z-201800ZOCT2018//
RMKS/
1. NORTH INDIAN OCEAN AREA (MALAY PENINSULA WEST TO COAST OF AFRICA):
   A. TROPICAL CYCLONE SUMMARY: NONE.
   B. TROPICAL DISTURBANCE SUMMARY: NONE.
2. SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN AREA (135E WEST TO COAST OF AFRICA):
   A. TROPICAL CYCLONE SUMMARY: NONE.
   B. TROPICAL DISTURBANCE SUMMARY: NONE.//
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Tropical Warnings Mauritius; Indian Ocean & Global

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Cyclone formation probability in 48H (%)

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Tropics Hazards Outlook Indian Ocean & Global

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Cyclone Tracking South West Indian Ocean Mauritius

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Mauritius Cyclone Warning Indian Ocean

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Mauritius, Indian Ocean Cyclone Activity & Tracking


What is this?

Cyclone Image & Tracking

You don't see a picture? GREAT as it is, there is currently no cyclone activity in the Indian Ocean.

If you see pictures, you can follow the cyclone on this page. Normally there is an update every 4 hours, like the current satellite image of the cyclone itself. With the forecast, the direction, as well as strength and location with date & time.

Cyclone Infos & Formation explained

Who determines the cyclone names?

Cyclone names are selected in advance by the RA I Tropical Cyclone Committee of the World Meteorological Organization.

Members
Botswana - Comoros - France (RSMC La Réunion Tropical Cyclone Centre) - Kenya - Lesotho - Madagascar - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - Seychelles - South Africa - Swaziland - United Republic of Tanzania - Zimbabwe
Cyclone Description

Classification of cyclones depends on the maximum continuous wind speed.

Cyclone Names

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.

Cyclone development
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Info Here in our picture it is very well explained what it takes for a cyclone to form and how it is constructed. In which latitude they arise and which conditions must prevail.

VIDEO

Very Intense Tropical Cyclone Fantala

is, with 1 min peaks of 285 km/h, the strongest tropical cyclone measured in the southwestern Indian Ocean.

What is a Cyclone?

A cyclone is an atmospheric disturbance in tropical regions that causes strong vertical winds and heavy rainfall. The pressure in the centre is minimal.

What is the DANGEROUS thing about a cyclone

Wind strength: winds reach their maximum values at the periphery of the eye. Precipitation: torrential rains accompanying the system cause flooding, landslides or landslides. The sea: the rise in mean sea level linked to the passage of the cyclone combines with the enormous waves of the cyclonic swell to undermine the coastline or flood the coastal plains.

Who detects and monitors cyclones?

Meteo-France Reunion is a CMRS (Centre Météorologique Spécialisé "Cyclone") officially in charge of detecting and monitoring tropical disturbances in the South-West Indian Ocean.

Cyclone forecast & activitys over the year

Monthly Cyclone Condition South West Indian Ocean

Cyclone forecast & activitys over the year

Mauritius Cyclone Warning System

Cyclone Classes When they come into effect
Class 1 If possible 36 to 48 hours before Mauritius, gusts of up to 120 km/h are to be expected.
Class 2 Issued to allow, as far as practicable, 12 hours of daylight before gusts of 120 km/h occur
Class 3 Issued to allow, as far as possible, 6 hours of daylight before gusts of 120 km/h occur.
Class 4 It is issued when gusts of 120 km/h have been registered in some places and are expected.
Cyclone Warning Removed It is issued when there is no longer a risk of gusts above 120 km/h.