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ECHO Daily Map of 21 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 20 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 19 March 2018

Madagascar - Tropical Cyclone ELIAKIM
  • Tropical Cyclone ELIAKIM moved over Analanjirofo and Antsinanana provinces over 17-18 March. It then continued heading off the central and southeastern coast of Madagascar as a Tropical Storm. On 19 March at 0.00 UTC, its centre was located 130 km south-east of Manakara (Vatovavy-Fitovinany) and had maximum sustained winds of 83 km/h. 
  • Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to keep heading southeast away from land, strengthening. Heavy rain and strong winds may still affect northern, central and southern Madagascar and La Reunion over 19-20 March. Meteo Madagascar has published a red alert for strong winds in the southeastern areas of the country. Meteo France La Reunion has issued an orange alert for strong winds for the southwestern areas of the island.
  • Copernicus Emergency Management Service was activated. Nine delineation maps have been produced so far.
  • Local media reported, as of 19 March, that 17 people have been killed, over 6 200 people have been evacuated and over 1 500 houses have been damaged in the regions of Analanjirofo and Atisinanana. National authorities also reported that the access to the affected areas may be a major constraint due to a large number of landslides and flooded roads.

ECHO Daily Map of 16 March 2018

Madagascar, La Reunion - Tropical Cyclone ELIAKIM
  • Tropical Cyclone ELIAKIM made landfall on the peninsula of Masoala in north east Madagascar at 6:00 UTC. A second landfall is expected in Mananara Avaratra. Average wind speed is 100 km/h with gusts up to 140 km/h. and it had maximum sustained winds of 102 km/h.
  • Over the next 48 hours, it is forecast to move south over central Madagascar regions, weakening. Its centre may reach water again on 19 March and move away from land. Heavy rain, storm surges and strong winds may affect northern, central and southern Madagascar and La Reunion over 16-20 March.
  • As of 16 March, Meteo Madagascar has issued a cyclone alert red for several areas of Sava, Bealalana, Befandriana Nord, Mandritsara, Analanjirofo, Atsinanana and Alaotra. They  have also published a red alert for heavy rain and strong winds in the central-eastern and the northern areas of the country.
  • Local media reported, as of 16 March, that hundreds of people have been preventively evacuated in the north-east areas of the country.

ECHO Daily Map of 15 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 14 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 13 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 12 March 2018



ECHO Daily Map of 9 March 2018

Vanuatu, New Caledonia - Tropical Cyclone HOLA Update
  • Tropical Cyclone HOLA continued moving over water between Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Over the next 24 hours, it is forecast to move south-southeast and could pass near/over Loyalty Islands on 9-10 March. It is then forecast to move toward the North Island of New Zealand. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge may continue to affect southern Vanuatu and New Caledonia, especially the Loyalty islands, on 9-11 March, as well as New Zealand's North Island on 12-13 March.  
  • The Vanuatu Meteorology and Geo-Hazard Department has reported that, as of 9 March, a red alert is in effect for Tafea provinces and a yellow alert for Shefa province. According to Meteo France New Caledonia, a cyclone alert two is in place for Ouvea, Lifou and Mare. A pre-alert remains for the rest of New Caledonia. 
  • Media reported that one person was killed and two others were injured in south Pentecost (Vanuatu). They also reported that several houses, including a school, have been damaged or collapsed and many trees have fallen due to strong winds in several islands of Vanuatu.

ECHO Daily Map of 8 March 2018


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