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Mauritius: The intense tropical cyclone Bansi still approaching the coast of the island while intensifying




The cyclone Bansi continues to strengthen this Monday, January 12, 2015. The cyclone is now classified at the stage of intense tropical cyclone since 13 hours, with a central pressure of the depression system which was estimated at 16 hours at 945 hectopascals local time, evolving at about 296 kilometers in the northwest of Mauritius.
 
The intense tropical cyclone Bansi was located by the points 17.5 South and 56.6 East. Bansi is now heading east-south-east at a speed of about 13 km / h.
 
Floods and torrential rains are thus announced till Thursday ... The intense tropical cyclone Bansi expected to pass at its closest point of Mauritius on the night of Tuesday, January 13 to Wednesday, January 14 in the morning with the speed of displacement of the meteor.
 
Bansi will drain in its wake on Mauritius heavy rainfall, with an average of 100 mm of rain on average.
 
According to the Ministry of Education, the closure of schools will be maintained until the end of the intense rainfall events that will affect Mauritius tonight.
 
Here are the intensities and positions forecasted of this depression system over the next few days:
  
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 13/01 at 16h local by South 17.8 / 57.9 East.
  
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 14/01 at 16h local by South 18.4 / 58.9 East.
  
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 15/01 at 16h local by South 20.0 / 60.6 East.
  
TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 16/01 at 16h local by South 23.7 / 63.8 East.
  
TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 17/01 at 16h local by South 27.9 / 69.1 East.



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