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Madagascar: The Malagasy forecasters suggest the possibility of two very intense cyclones for the cyclone season 2014-2015




The Malagasy forecasters predict a cyclone season 2014-2015 more active than last year in the southwest basin of the Indian Ocean especially in the wake of global warming.
 
Two meteors could even reach in the vicinity of the Island, the stage of very intense tropical cyclone according to Malagasy forecasters, as reported by the newspaper L'Express of Madagascar.
 
As a reminder, the cyclone season officially starts 2014-2015 Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014.
 
During the austral summer, tropical cyclones can hit harder populated areas in the southwest basin of the Indian Ocean.
 
Nine to ten pressure systems (at least at the stage of moderate tropical storm) are baptised on average.
 
Only a few of them take the windy and rainy form of tropical cyclone.
 
Here are the baptismal names of storms and cyclones for the cyclonic season 2014-2015, as well as countries that have offered:
 
- Adjali / Comoros
- Bansi / Mauritius
- Chedza / Botswana
- Diamondra / Madagascar
- Eunice / Zimbabwe
- Fundi / Kenya
- Glenda / South Africa
- Haliba / Swaziland
- Ikola / Tanzania
- Joalane / Lesotho
- Kesha / Seychelles
- Lugenda / Mozambique
- Mahara / Malawi
- Nathan / France
- Oscar / South Africa
- Puleng / Lesotho
- Dumpling / Madagascar
- Roselina / Mozambique
- Sitara / Comoros
- Tarik / Mauritius
- Umali / Zimbabwe
- Vuntu / Botswana
- Wezi / Malawi
- Xolani / Swaziland
- Yolande / France
- Zita / Seychelles



Antso Rajaona


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