A fairly strong anticyclone south of the Mascarenes causes windy weather in Mauritius. The wind blows from the east-southeast at 30 km/h with gusts of around 70 km/h. Gusts could reach 80 km/h in exposed locations. “The public is advised to be careful on the roads due to crosswinds and also to avoid maneuvering at height,” indicates the weather station in its bulletin issued this Wednesday morning.

During the last 24 hours, the strongest gusts that have been recorded are as follows:

Champ de Mars: 76 km/h

Domaine Les Pailles: 72 km/h

Vacoas: 69 km/h

St-Félix 61 km/h

Quatre-Bornes 57 km/h

Pleasure 52 km/h.

On the other hand, clouds coming from the east-southeast influence the local weather. The weather will be cloudy this morning and during the day with showers in the East, South and on the central plateau. Pockets of fog are expected on the heights, thus reducing visibility.

During the night, other clouds coming from the eastern sector will cause intermittent rain. These rains could sometimes be of moderate intensity on the heights. Pockets of fog will persist in some areas.

The maximum temperature will vary between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 27 and 30 degrees Celsius on the coast.

As for the minimum temperature, it will be between 21 and 23 degrees Celsius in the heights and between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius in the coastal regions.

The sea is rough beyond the reefs, with waves of around 3.50 m.

Outings on the high seas as well as in the Eastern and Southern lagoons are not recommended.

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