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Temperature to drop by 2 degrees across Mauritius

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Temperature to drop by 2 degrees across Mauritius

Clouds associated with the remnants of a frontal system are influencing the local weather, according to the Mauritius Meteorological Services.

Moreover, the rather strong anticyclone approaching the Mascarenes from the south west will cause moderate and relatively cold trades over our region, it said.

FORECAST FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS:

Cloudy periods during the night with passing showers, especially over the eastern part of the island, to the south and over the central plateau.

Fog patches are also expected mainly over the high grounds.

The minimum temperature will vary between 13 and 15 degrees Celsius over the high grounds and between 17 and 20 degrees Celsius over the coastal regions.

Partly cloudy in general on Wednesday, becoming sometimes cloudy mainly over the high grounds and over the eastern and southern slopes with few light showers.

The maximum temperature will be about 2 degrees below the mean and will vary between 18 and 20 degrees Celsius over the central plateau and between 22 and 25 degrees Celsius along the coasts.

Wind from the south east at about 25 km/h with gusts of the order of 50 km/h, strengthening further during the night. Gusts of the order of 60km/h are expected tomorrow in exposed areas.

Sea moderate beyond the reefs with South-Westerly swells of the order of 2 metres becoming gradually rough during the night.

Ventures in the open sea are not advised as from tonight.

Source: Mauritius Meteorological Services

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