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Mauritius: Meteorologists have communicated their predictions for austral winter




Meteorologists of the Station of Vacoas have expressed at the end of week last of their seasonal forecasts for the southern hemisphere winter in Mauritius which according to them will be similar to the previous.
 
The months of July and August will be particularly cool with temperatures that could be around in some places of the island the 12 ° Celsius in the wake of powerful anticyclones and currents of air from the South Pole.
 
Winds gusting to 90 km/h could be felt in the windy island regions.
 
The sea is expected to be agitated, with the strong expected swell and the risk of overflow on the South coast and West of the island of Mauritius.
 
670 mm of rain in the Island and 390 mm in Rodrigues should be also recorded during this winter period, as reported in the Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.
 



Fabrice François


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