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February 2000 – Tropical Cyclone Eline
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February 2000 – Tropical Cyclone Eline

Tropical cyclones are not uncommon in the South and South West Indian ocean but rarely do ones come as close to making South African landfall as Tropical Cyclone Eline did. Eline started out as a consolidating area of low pressure to the far east of Madagascar and about 2500 km east of Mauritius on the 8 February 2000, typically with tropical cyclones that form in this vicinity they progress towards the south west and then turn south as they encounter weaknesses in the high pressure ridge.…

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First Invest of 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season

UPDATE Invest 90L has been deactivated due to the circulation being absorbed by another system. One should keep monitoring the waters around Florida over the next few days as the development of a second low looks quite possible. The first invest of the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season was issued today, Monday 18th May 2009.…

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Cold Front 4 August

Below is the latest satellite image provided by the South African Weather Service- showing a well developed cold front passing over the Western Cape today the 4 August 2009. Along with this cold front the SAWS has issued the following warnings: National Warning – Issued on Tuesday, 4 August 2009 at 15.00 Very rough seas with wave heights in excess of 5m are expected between Lamberts Bay and Plettenberg Bay spreading to Port Alfred overnight persisting through to Thursday.…

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Tropical Cyclone Threat For Madagascar
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Tropical Cyclone Threat For Madagascar

Image by Mtotec We have a new named storm in the Indian Ocean, with invest 95S off the north east of Madagascar being upgraded to a Moderate Tropical Storm this morning in the 06z update from Meteo France. The storm has taken on the name Enawo, and is the 5th named storm of the season for the basin.…

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