A frontal system approaching Mauritius from the South-West has started to influence the local weather, followed by an anticyclone which will gradually strengthen and cause a rather windy and cold weather over our region.
The minimum temperature will drop further by another 2 degrees Celsius – and vary between 13 and 15 degrees Celsius over the Central Plateau and between 17 and 20 degrees Celsius along the coastal regions.
The maximum temperature will also be below the mean by around 2 degrees Celsius and will vary between 20 and 22 degrees Celsius over the Central Plateau and between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius along the coasts.
The Met Office has also issued a high wave warning for Mauritius will be valid until Friday July 01, 2022. A train of high energy South-Westerly swells of 4 to 5 metres will influence the open sea as from Tuesday June 28, 2022, the Met Office said.
“As a result, the open sea will become gradually very rough with swells of upto 4 metres that could break along the low-lying coastal areas especially in the South and South-West.”
Mauritius Met Office has “strongly advised” fishermen, pleasure-craft users and the public in general not to go out at sea and also not to venture along those beaches during high tides.