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4m Swells Smash, 80km/h Winds & Heavy Rain Expected-Stay Safe



4m Swells Smash, 80km/h Winds & Heavy Rain Expected-Stay Safe

A strong waves warning has been issued for Mauritius, effective until Saturday, June 1st at 4pm. The high seas will be extremely rough, with waves reaching up to 4 meters in height.

These waves will primarily affect the lagoons in the southwestern, southern, and eastern parts of the island, and may cause overtopping of coastal areas during high tides.

It is strongly advised that fishermen, sailors, and the general public refrain from venturing out to sea and exploring coastal areas.

According to a weather bulletin issued by the Meteorological Station this Friday morning, May 31, a strong anticyclone located south of the Mascarene Islands is maintaining a windy and cool weather pattern over the region.

Today, the weather will be cloudy with intermittent showers, with fog patches expected in some areas, reducing visibility.

The showers will gradually clear up in the afternoon. The maximum temperature will be slightly lower than average, ranging from 19 to 22 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and 24 to 27 degrees Celsius along the coast.

Tonight, the weather will be partly cloudy, with occasional cloudy conditions on higher elevations and light drizzle.

The minimum temperature will range from 17 to 19 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and 20 to 23 degrees Celsius in coastal areas.

A south-easterly wind is expected to blow at around 35 km/h, with gusts reaching up to 80 km/h in exposed areas.

The public is advised to exercise extreme caution when engaging in high-altitude activities or driving on roads due to the strong winds.

Source: Defi Media

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