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Windy Week Ahead: 50km/h Gusts, 2.5m Waves



Windy Week Ahead: 50km/h Gusts, 2.5m Waves

A significant anticyclone is gradually approaching the Mascarene Islands, bringing with it a spell of windy and cold weather, according to the latest weather bulletin issued by the meteorological station on Wednesday morning, May 15.

Residents can expect strong gusts of wind, reaching up to 50 kilometers per hour in exposed areas, as the anticyclone takes hold.

The sky will be partially cloudy this morning, giving way to cloudier conditions in the afternoon, particularly in eastern, southern, and central regions, where scattered showers can be expected.

However, the weather is expected to improve later in the afternoon.

Temperature-wise, the maximum temperature will range from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius in the central plateau region and from 26 to 28 degrees Celsius along the coastal areas.

The minimum temperature is expected to drop to 17-20 degrees Celsius in the central plateau region and 22-24 degrees Celsius in coastal regions.

The sea is also expected to be rough, with south-westerly waves reaching up to 2.5 meters.

As a result, sailors and boaters are advised to avoid venturing out into the open sea or into the lagoons of the west and south.

In summary, residents of the Mascarene Islands can expect a windy and cold spell, with strong gusts of wind, scattered showers, and rough seas.

Source: Defi Media

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