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The first low pressure system of the season baptised Adjali




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The first low pressure system of the 2014-2015 cyclonic season was baptised on Sunday night by meteorological services of the Mauritian station of Vacoas.
 
The moderate tropical storm Adjali was situated at 4 local time this Monday, November 17, 2014 by the points 9.1 South and 66.7 East and was moving to the south-southeast at a speed of 7 km / h.
 
The moderate tropical storm Adjali (993 hPa at the center of the system) thus evolved at some 1770 km of Reunion and 1554 km of Mauritius.
 
The average wind speed was of the order of 93 km / h with gusts of 115 km / h.

FORECASTS:
12H: 17/11/2014 12 UTC: 10.0 S / 67.2 E, wind MAX = 055 KT, STRONG TROPICAL STORM
24H: 18/11/2014 00 UTC: 11.1 S / 67.8 E, wind MAX = 065 KT, TROPICAL CYCLONE
36h: 18/11/2014 12 UTC: 12.1 S / 68.2 E, wind MAX = 080 KT, TROPICAL CYCLONE
48h: 19/11/2014 00 UTC: 13.4 S / 68.3 E, wind MAX = 075 KT, TROPICAL CYCLONE
60H: 19/11/2014 12 UTC: 14.6 S / 67.6 E, wind MAX = 065 KT, TROPICAL CYCLONE
72h: 20/11/2014 00 UTC: 15.0 S / 66.9 E, wind MAX = 055 KT, STRONG TROPICAL STORM
 
1 kt (knot) = 1.851999999984 km / h




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