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Mauritius: Torrential rains announced at the approach of the cyclone Bansi




The tropical cyclone Bansi continues to intensify this Monday, January 12, 2015. The meteor whose pressure at the center of the system was estimated at 10 am local time at 957 hPa, evolved at least 400 kilometers in the northwest of Mauritius.
 
The depression system was thus positioned by the points 17.2 south and 55.9 East. Bansi is now moving eastward at a speed of about 13 km / h. Gusts of around 90 km / h are expected in the day on the island.
 
Heavy rains were should also fall on the island as from this evening till Thursday afternoon, according to the weather service of Vacoas. As a reminder, yesterday afternoon the Mauritian authorities had announced the closure of all schools on the island.

Here are the intensities and positions forecasted of this depression system over the next few days:
 
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 13/01 at 10am local by South 17.3 / 57.3 East.
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 14/01 at 10am local by South 18.0 / 58.4 East.
INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 15/01 at 10am local by South 19.8 / 59.9 East.
TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 16/01 at 10am local by South 22.7 / 62.2 East.
TROPICAL CYCLONE, center positioned 17/01 at 10am local by South 26.5 / 66.4 East.
 



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