Tropical Cyclone Imelda

Desert Gypsy's picture 4/8/13, Jim Andrews


Tropical Cyclone Imelda, which has strengthened significantly east of northern Madagascar, was forecast to veer southward later in the week.

The expected path would imply a potential threat to Mauritius.

As of Monday, the center of Imelda was still more than 800 miles northeast of mainland Mauritius, packing top sustained winds of 40 knots, or about 75 km/h, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) website said. Storm movement was towards the west at 12 knots, or about 22 km/h.


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