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Cyclone Ethel Updates For Mauritius and Rodrigues

Cyclone Ethel is the 5th cyclonic event affecting our region this season and the first to affect our territories. According to initial meteorological prediction, Ethel is to influence Rodrigues weather and the system should pass near or over the Island during Friday 20th January evening. As usual, we will update with all major information here A.W.H.I. Keep in touch. Ethel Satellite Picture courtesy of Latest Updates For Cyclone Ethel 20 January 2012 at 04:00 Cyclone Warning for Rodrigues: TWO Cyclone Warning for Mauritius: NONE Location: 18.0 ° S – 65.0 ° E Distance: 270 Km North East Rodrigues Direction …

20 Jan 2012, Island Crisis

Cyclone Warning Class 1 is in force in Rodrigues

A cyclone warning class 1 is in force in Rodrigues. Third Cyclone bulletin was issued at 04:10 on 19 March 2011. Tropical Cyclone Cherono was centered this morning at latitude 17.4 degrees south and longitude 68.7 degrees east, it was about 570 North East of Rodrigues. The population in Rodrigues is advised to take all

19 Mar 2011, MauritiusHot

Cyclone Cherono Updates – Mauritius

Cyclone Cherono could be the one to inaugurate a real cyclonic weather for Mauritius and Rodrigues in 2011. According to the Mauritius Meteorological Station, the weather in Mauritius can be affected by the cyclone as from the coming Sunday. As usual we will follow up with all updates for this cyclone here. Further details will [...]Cyclone Cherono Updates – Mauritius is a post from: Island Crisis

18 Mar 2011, Island Crisis

Cyclone Bingiza Updates – Mauritius

The first cyclone which is affecting our weather in Mauritius for 2011 is Bingiza. As for most major cyclonic formation, here is our page which will follow all updates for this cyclone. According to the Mauritius Meteorological Station, this cyclone is not a danger for Mauritius but will be affecting our weather in the coming [...]Original Post at: Cyclone Bingiza Updates – Mauritius - To subscribe to our Daily News section, click here.

10 Feb 2011, Island Crisis