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EUNICE Very Intense Tropical Cyclone-8th of Season 2014-2015 for South Indian Ocean

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EUNICE Very Intense Tropical Cyclone-

8th of Season 2014-2015 for the South Indian Ocean

The Cyclonic Season 2014-2015 is very dynamic in the South Indian Ocean. Humidity, Heat and Sea Surface Temperature contribute to the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) in carrying bands of Rain Clouds and Low Pressure Systems. Eventually, EUNICE Intense Tropical Cyclone took birth almost simultaneously with DIAMONDRA along the ITCZ of the Tropic of Capricorn. The Mauritius Meteorological Services named it on 28 January 2015.

Diamondra Cyclone-7th for Summer Season 2014-2015 of the South Indian Ocean

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DIAMONDRA CYCLONE-7th FOR SUMMER SEASON 2014-2015

OF THE SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN 

SEE UPDATE BELOW

The South West Indian Ocean is under the dynamic influence of Cyclonic Weather Systems originating from the Zone between Mozambique Channel and Madagascar. 96 S INVEST is the Tropical Disturbance identified by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)/US since Thursday 22 January 2015. Regional and Local atmospheric conditions indicate that this system is highly likely to develop into a Tropical Cyclone and be named as DIAMONDRA.

CHEDZA Moderate Tropical Storm-6th Weather System of Season 2014-2015

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CHEDZA TROPICAL CYCLONE

 The Cyclonic Season 2014-2015 for the Southern Hemisphere of the Indian Ocean is very dynamic. CHEDZA is the third name in alphabetical order in the list of cyclones, after ADJALI (16-20 November 2014) and BANSI (11-16 January 2015). Yet, it is the sixth Weather System which have evolved in this zone. Cyclone BAKUNG (12-13 December 2014) escaped from Indonesia after causing floods there and phased out along Longitude 850 East.  Another System 97 S INVEST developed between 22-28 November 2014, but was not named, for awkward reasons, by the Meteorological Services of Mauritius. Severe Tropical Cyclone KATE (23-31 December 2014) escaped from the Cocos and Christmas Islands during Christmas festivities until the Sub-Tropical Zone around Longitude 840 East.

BANSI VERY INTENSE TROPICAL CYCLONE-FIRST PHENOMENON FOR SUMMER SEASON 2014-2015

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                BANSI Very Intense Tropical Cyclone

First Phenomenon of Summer Season 2014-2015

Blunders in Meteorological Services and Disaster Management

The Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)/US identified the Tropical Disturbance at 6.00 am 09 January 2015 and has named it 92 S INVEST. The Meteorological Services of Madagascar named it as BANSI on Sunday 11 January 2015. It has evolved and intensified very rapidly in such a way that it appears to be the First Weather Phenomenon of Season 2014-2015 for the South West Indian Ocean Basin. It has taken birth in the North East of Madagascar where only a few have done so. Examples: Cyclone FELLENG (29 January-02 February 2013) and Cyclone DUMILE (31 December 2012-03 January 2013). Both of these have tracked Southwards between Madagascar and the Mascarene Islands. Please, refer to the first part of this article before continuing to read. Click here.

FIRST TROPICAL DISTURBANCE FOR 2015

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FIRST TROPICAL DISTURBANCE (92 S INVEST) FOR 2015

New Year 2015 is starting with the formation and evolution of the first Tropical Disturbance 92 S INVEST. It has been identified by Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) since 6.00 am 09 January 2015 in the North West of Mauritius. In fact, it is located within a large area of Low Pressure between North East of Madagascar and Mascarene Islands. The Atmospheric Pressure in this zone is around 1008 Hectopascals. If this System becomes better organised it will likely be named as BANSI Moderate Tropical Cyclone by tomorrow. Click picture to enlarge.  

KATE Severe Tropical Cyclone (Australia) and Heavy Rainfalls in Mauritius

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KATE Severe Tropical Cyclone (Australia) and

Heavy Rainfalls in Mauritius

The Summer Season of 2014-2015 for the Indian Ocean is dynamic with cyclone formations and considerable rainfalls. The US/ NRL/JTWC identified, on 23 December 2014, the existence of a Tropical Disturbance 95 S INVEST which was located  at Latitude 9.10 South and  Longitude 100.30 East, approximately 270 nautical miles North East of Cocos or Keeling Island. The Joint Typhoon Warning Centre (JTWC) estimated the Wind Force to be around 23-30 kph at the centre, with the Atmospheric Pressure to be 1005 hpa and mentioned: ‘THE POTENTIAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SIGNIFICANT TROPICAL CYCLONE WITHIN THE NEXT 24 HOURS IS LOW’.

Fusion of Atmospheric Systems and Heavy Rainfalls in Southern Indian Ocean-December 2014

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Fusion of Atmospheric Systems and Heavy Rainfalls

in Southern Indian Ocean-December 2014

(SEE UPDATE BELOW: Heavy Rainfalls and Cyclone KATE approaching)

  The Weather Systems in the Southern Indian Ocean have turned out to be very dynamic. The Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) has propelled Cyclone BAKUNG towards the Southern Indian Ocean since 12 December 2014. This Cyclone caused disastrous floods and loss of lives in Indonesia a few days earlier. Its remnants have triggered rainfall in Mauritius since 13 December. The combination of other Atmospheric Systems is having a serious impact in this zone. However, BAKUNG has moved towards the South East into the Sub-Tropical Zone and dissolved. Click picture to verify.

MAURITIUS METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES AND TROPICAL DEPRESSION 02 S- INCOMPETENCE AND/OR POLITICAL INTERFERENCE

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 Mauritius Meteorological Services and Tropical Depression 02 S

(97 S INVEST) 22-30 November 2014

Incompetence and/or Political Interference?

 

The Tropical Disturbance 97 S INVEST has evolved as from 22 November 2014 to the level of a Tropical Cyclone, but the Mauritius Meteorological Services (MMS) has shown its scientific incompetence in naming it and in its monitoring, contrary to its mission. It appears that there has been political interference in the process and also the absence of the response by the Disaster Management Centre has been noted.

BANSI SECOND TROPICAL CYCLONE OF SEASON 2014-2015 FOR SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN

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BANSI SECOND CYCLONE OF SEASON 2014-2015 FOR

SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN

The Cyclone Season of the South Indian Ocean is becoming dynamic gradually. ADJALI (16-20 November 2014), the first cyclone, formed and evolved rapidly until dissolution along the track of the Inter Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ). 97 S INVEST, which is potentially the second cyclone ‘BANSI’ is also in formation since 22 November 2014 along Longitude 8.80 South and 72.40 East in the zone South-West of Diego Garcia. Refer to articleADJALI FIRST TROPICAL CYCLONE OF SEASON 2014-2015 FOR SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN.

ADJALI FIRST TROPICAL CYCLONE OF SEASON 2014-2015 FOR SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN

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ADJALI FIRST TROPICAL CYCLONE OF SEASON 2014-2015

FOR SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN

 The Summer Season of 2014-2015 for the Southern Hemisphere of the Indian Ocean has already started since October 2014. The Cyclone Cycle appears to start earlier than usual. The Low Pressure that evolved at Latitude 8.90 South and Longitude 66.70 East at a distance of 361 km West-South-West of Diego Garcia has  intensified very rapidly as from Sunday 16 November 2014 and the Mauritius Meteorological Services baptised it ADJALI at 10.00 pm in the evening. CLICK PICTURE TO ENLARGE.

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