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Slow-moving, strong anticyclone will keep us cold

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Slow-moving, strong anticyclone will keep us cold

The whole of Mauritius shivered through cold weather this week-end, but the chill could continue after the week-end as well.

A significant cold front with winds and rain is currently sweeping Mascarenes Islands.

In a bulletin issued at 4.30pm on Sunday July 17, Mauritius Met Office explained a strong anticyclone almost to the South of the Mascarenes could extend the chilly weather through the first half of the week.

Slow-moving, strong anticyclone will keep us cold
Temperature on Sunday evening

The minimum temperature will vary between 14 and 17 degrees Celsius over the central plateau and between 19 and 21 degrees Celsius along the coastal regions.

“Passing showers are still expected tomorrow mainly over the Eastern and Southern part, and over the Central Plateau,” it added.

Other warnings:

  • Wind from the East-South-East at about 30 km/h with gusts of 60 km/h should be expected in exposed areas, strengthening tomorrow.
  • Sea rough beyond the reefs with South-Westerly swells of 3 meters 50.
  • Ventures in the open sea as well in the southern and eastern lagoons are not advised.

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