The last satellite observations of the weather station of Vacoas indicate a slight weakening of the strong tropical storm Carlos. But as she continues to approach Mauritius, alert 2 is maintained.At 4:00 am on Monday, February 6, Carlos was located about 230 kilometers north of Mauritius. It moves in a southeasterly direction at about 6 km / h.”On this trajectory, Carlos continues to approach Mauritius and remains a potential threat to the island,” said the station Vacoas in its seventh bulletin of cyclone issued at 4:15 on Monday.
Members of the public are advised to complete all necessary precautions.”The weather will remain cloudy overcast with showers on the entire island. The showers will be moderate to heavy with isolated thunderstorms, “says the station of Vacoas.Rain showers will cause accumulations of water. “There will be pockets of fog reducing visibility. Road users are advised to exercise caution, “warns Vacoas. Gusts of the order of 80 km / h are expected in some places. The sea will be large with northern waves. Sea excursions are strongly discouraged. The next bulletin will be issued at 10:15 am this Monday, February 6th.

from http://topfmradio.mu/index.php/2017/02/06/tempete-carlos-maurice-toujours-en-alerte-2/

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Author: Arielle Bria

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