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1962

ECHO Daily Map of 20 February 2017

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1960

ECHO Daily Map of 17 February 2017

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1959

ECHO Daily Map of 16 February 2017

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Mozambique - Tropical Cyclone DINEO - UPDATE
  • Tropical Cyclone DINEO continued moving west south-west over the Mozambique Channel as a Tropical Cyclone. On 15 February afternoon UTC, it made landfall near the city of Massinga (Inhambane province), with approximately maximum sustained wind speed of 130 km/h. On 16 February at 00.00 UTC, it continued through the provinces of Inhambane and Gaza. 
  • Over the next 24 h, it is forecast to weaken and dissipate. Heavy rain and strong winds may still affect the provinces of Inhambane and Gaza. 
  • As of 16 February at 7.00 UTC, the National Institute of Meteorology (INAM) has issued a warning for severe weather conditions in several districts of Inhambane and Gaza. There are reports of  houses and infrastructure damaged in Inhambane.
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1957

ECHO Daily Map of 15 February 2017

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Mozambique - Tropical Cyclone DINEO - UPDATE
  • Tropical Cyclone DINEO continued moving west south-west over the Mozambique Channel towards southern Mozambique, strengthening. On 15 February at 00.00 UTC, its centre was located approx. 260 km north-east of Inhambane city (Inhambane province) and had max. sustained wind speed of 111 km/h (Tropical Storm). It is expected to make landfall close to Massinga city (Massinga district, Inhambane province), on 15 February afternoon (UTC) possibly as a Tropical Cyclone (equivalent to a Category 1 on the Saffir-Simpson scale). JRC estimations indicate a maximum storm surge height of 0.5 m in Morrumbene (Inhambane province) on 15 February at 23.00 UTC.
  • Over the next 24 h, it is forecast to continue moving over land, crossing the provinces of Inhambane and Gaza, weakening but remaining a Tropical Storm. Heavy rain and strong winds may affect the southern and eastern areas of the country.
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1955

ECHO Daily Map of 14 February 2017

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Mozambique - Tropical Cyclone DINEO
  • A new Tropical Cyclone named DINEO formed over the Mozambique Channel on 13 February and continues to move west south-west towards southern Mozambique, strengthening. 
  • As of 14 February, its centre was located approx. 480 km north-east of the city of Inhambane and it had max. sustained wind speed of 83 km/h. JRC estimations indicate a maximum storm surge height of 0.8 m in Marivate (Inhambane province) for 15 February at 20.00 UTC.
  • Over the next 24 h,  it is forecast to continue moving west south-west towards the southern coast of Mozambique, strengthening but remaining a Tropical Storm. Heavy rain and strong winds are expected to affect the central and southern areas of Mozambique, as well as Swaziland.
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1953

ECHO Daily Map of 13 February 2017

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Australia - Forest Fire
  • Several fires have been burning across New South Wales over the last few days, causing damages. 
  • The NSW Rural Fire Service reported, as of 13 February at 7.00 UTC, two active fires that have burnt at least 49 500 ha. 
  • According to local media, as of the same date, two people have been injured and over 12 houses damaged. 
  • Over the next 48 hours, hot and dry conditions may still affect the states of New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia. As of 13 February at 7.00 UTC, a fire weather warning has been issued for Queensland. 
1952

ECHO Daily Map of 10 February 2017

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1949

ECHO Daily Map of 09 February 2017

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1948

ECHO Daily Map of 08 February 2017

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1943

ECHO Daily Map of 07 February 2017

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Mauritius, La Reunion, Madagascar - Tropical Cyclone CARLOS - UPDATE
  • TC CARLOS continued moving west-southwest over the south-west Indian Ocean, remaining a Tropical Storm. On 7 February at 0.00 UTC, its center was located approx. 174 km north-northwest of Port Louis capital (Mauritius island) and 210 km north north-east of La Reunion (France). It had max. sustained winds speed of 83 km/h. 
  • Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to continue moving south-west, slightly strengthening but remaining a Tropical Storm. It may move near the north-western coast of La Reunion over 7-8 February. Heavy rain and strong winds may affect the areas along its path.
  • Meteo France La Reunion, as of 7 February at 7.00 UTC, issued an Orange Alert for heavy rain and strong winds for the north, eastern and southern areas of La Reunion. As of the same date, Mauritius Meteorological Services, published a Cyclone Warning Class II for Mauritius island.
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