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Mauritius: Intense tropical cyclone Bansi is a potential threat to the island if the meteor changes trajectory

The intense tropical cyclone Bansi was positioned this Tuesday, January 13, 2015 à 10 am local time at about 280 kilometers north of Mauritius.

The pressure at the center of the low pressure system was estimated at 924 hPa.
Bansi was located by the points 17.3 South and 57.6 East. The intense tropical cyclone is still heading east at a speed of 7 km / h.
The alert 2 is still ongoing on the island and all schools are closed while the economy continues to keep time normally.
However the meteorological services station of Vacoas does not negate the possibility that the meteor might curve its trajectory towards the southeast in the evening. Which could dangerously bring the cyclone close to Mauritius if this scenario were to arise.


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