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Mauritius: Bansi is now classified as very intense tropical cyclone continues to approach




The Bansi cyclone continued to strengthen during the night. The cyclone is now ranked at the stage of intense tropical cyclone this Tuesday, January 13, 2015, with a pressure at the center of low depression system which was estimated at 4 pm local time at 923 hPa, evolving at less than 275 km in the north of Mauritius.

The intense tropical cyclone Bansi was located by the points 17.4 south and 57.4 East. Bansi is now heading towards the east at a speed of 7 km / h.
 
The alert 2 is still ongoing on the island and all schools are closed while the economic life continues to keep time normally.
 
Here are the intensities and positions forecasted of this low depression system over the next few days:
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 14/01 at 04h local by South 17.5 / 58.2 East.
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 15/01 at 04h local by South 18.8 / 59.8 East.
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 16/01 at 04h local by South 21.2 / 62.5 East.
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 17/01 at 04h local by South 25.1 / 65.7 East.
SEVERE TROPICAL STORM Centre positioned 18/01 at 04h local by South 30.4 / 72.9 East.



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