The Indian Ocean basin remains active after Cyclone Batsirai. Two suspicious low pressure areas are in the making northeast of Mauritius and northeast of Rodrigues. The Specialized Regional Meteorological Center of Reunion, in its opinion yesterday, underlines: “There is a low risk of formation of a tropical storm over the extreme east of the basin, within two zones. This risk becomes moderate on the northeast of Saint-Brandon at the end of the weekend.
Models suggest development of one of the two areas as early as this Sunday or early next week. One or both systems could be of interest to Rodrigues Island and Mauritius. There is even talk of naming one of the two systems, tropical storm Dumako. At this stage, it is unknown whether the other suspect area will also develop into Tropical Cyclone Emnati. During this time, Batsirai fills up in the south of Madagascar.
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