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23 MARCH 2019 WMD

LIVE UNGA 73rd Ses/2018 




  13-20 August 2018  

     Kilauea Hawaii     


World Met/Day-23 March 2018 ‘Weather Ready-Climate Smart

Thunderbolts Without Rain Winter Anti-Cyclone (26-30 April 2017)

Thunderstorms Approaching Mauritius, Rodrigues and Reunion (05-08) April 2017.



 ENAWO Intense Tropical Cyclone (03-08 March 2017)  South Indian Ocean-4th 100% Perfect PREDICTION.


      Watch MMS LIVE





CARLOS Tropical Cyclone

(04-07) February 2017- S-W Indian Ocean,

another 100% Perfect PREDICTION.





DINEO-Cyclone  Click Animation- 13 Feb. 2017 (courtesy: NOAA)






FLOOD STORM and Cyclone CARLOS- January 2017.




LUNAR Eclipse-Friday 16 Sep. 2016. 



''NASA Sees Hurricane Matthew'' . Click to watch LIVE from NOAA or Watch from NASA/GPM here 






 LIVE from UN 71st Session  Speech of Sir Anerod Jugnauth PM of Mauritius.






SUN Annular Eclipse from Central Atl/Ocean to SE Indian Ocean-01 September 2016. 





THUNDERBOLTS trigger Heavy Rainfalls in Mauritius and

Rodrigues (28-30) April 2016.


BAN KI-MOON 08-10 May 2016

   Mission in Mauritius.



Part of FANTALA VITC with METEOSAT 7 Video




      Live with NOAA.






Watch Video DAYA Cyclone and TORRENTIAL RAIN  10-13 February 2016: South-West Indian Ocean





WMO Video 23 March-World Meteorological Day 2016





HALO SUN and MOON Predicting FLOOD for MARCH 2016
Halo Sun and Moon March 2016





 Cyclone CORENTIN January 2016

explans the cyclon correntin





 Flood Storm 31 December 2015

Explains the prediction of flood storm of dec 2015







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23 March World Meteorological Day- 2016

UPDATE: 3.30 pm 23 March 2016 (see below)   


One year later that is in 1951, WMO became a specialized agency of the United Nations Organisation for meteorology (climate and weather), hydrology (water related issues) and geophysical sciences (environmental issues, etc.).

 The World Meteorological Day is marked, since 1950, on every 23 March with a particular theme. ‘Hotter, Drier, Wetter and Face the Future’ is the combined theme for 23 March 2016. Records have been broken regarding Heat, Cyclones, Snowfalls, Rains and Droughts across the Blue Planet during this decade, last year and this year. 

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has issued the following documentation and information. Everyone’s attention is drawn to enhance his/her Climate Knowledge.

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In 2015 heatwaves affected Europe, northern Africa and the Middle East through the late spring and summer, with many new temperature records set. July brought heat waves to a large area from Denmark in the north, to Morocco in the south and Iran in the east. The heat continued in August and into September, shifting further into Eastern Europe.

[The world just had its hottest year, hottest five year period and hottest decade on record. 15 of the 16 hottest years on record have occurred this century...]

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In 2015 dry areas included Central America and the Caribbean, northeast South America including Brazil, parts of central Europe and Russia, parts of Southeast Asia, Indonesia and southern Africa. In Western North America, long-term drought conditions continued. Basins across the west depend on snowpack as a water resource. On 1 April, the snow water equivalent was 5% of normal.

[Rainfall varies naturally from year to year and from decade to decade, influenced by the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and other climate drivers]

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In 2015 areas of high rainfall included: southern areas of the USA, Mexico, Bolivia, southern Brazil, southeast Europe, areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Heavy rain in January led to flooding in Malawi, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, and in February it affected Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. 2015 saw exceptional seasonal rainfall totals in several parts of Burkina Faso and Mali.

[Precipitation (rain and snow) varies naturally from year to year and from decade to decade, influenced by the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO and other climate drivers...]

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Fortunately, the world’s governments are now fully convinced of the scientific evidence of climate change and the need to take urgent action. More research and investment is needed for advancing low-carbon technol- ogies, particularly in the energy sector. But already many policies, technologies and actions are available, and their deployment needs to be scaled up. Individual citizens, community leaders, businesses, civil society organiza- tions, governments and the United Nations system must all contribute.

[Science will continue to play a vital role. Continued and improved scientific observations of the climate system will make it possible to monitor progress in reducing emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. Continued and improved scientific research will lead to a better understanding of climate change at the national and regional levels, of its impacts, and of solutions for adaptation. Science will also help to identify practical solutions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and steering the international community towards a greener future...]

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   Click picture to Watch WMO VIDEO or



Watch Video (Courtesy WMO) World Meteorological Day 2016. Click here.



I informed the WMO and AMCOMET, two days before the Deadly Flash Flood of 30 March 2013 in Mauritius, that 17 countries which are members of Region 1 Africa do not appear to provide adequate or accurate information to their respective population. Eventually, WMO identified 70 out of the whole 191 member states which do not promote their respective Mission Statements.


The question is: how can the Disaster Resilience of a Society be built in this way?


Unfortunately, the Mauritius Meteorological Services has organised absolutely nothing to mark this 23 March WM Day 2016, except to have published the message of Dr Petteri TAALAS, SECRETARY-GENERAL of the WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION.


The gist of the message can be noted as follows:

‘Building climate and weather resilient communities is a vital part of this global strategy for achieving sustainable development.
The WMO community will continue to support countries in pursuing sustainable development and tackling climate change through the provision of the best possible science and of operational services for weather, climate, hydrology, oceans and the environment.’


Check it out here

22 March is also World Water Day. See also


Keep Watch.


    P.KANHYE.                                      5.50 pm Tuesday 22 MARCH 2016


Honourable DAYAL Minister of Environment and of Disaster Management Centre has been requested, today (23 MARCH World Meteorological Day) by the Prime Minister of Mauritius, to step down on allegation of Fraud and Corruption. WHAT A PARADOX!


NB: He had lost my document related to Disaster Management and which I submitted to him on 26 December 2014. Subsequently, he cancelled both my appointments to discuss Climate, Weather and Disaster Management issues.


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Read more: 23 March World Meteorological Day 2015;

                           Knowledge for Life-13 October Day for Disaster Reduction 2015;

                     WMO and MAURITIUS;

                      Climate Knowledge for Climate Action-Theme of World Meteorological Day 2015;

                                 Meteorology, Disaster Management and Communication Systems in Mauritius and others.


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