A warning of strong winds and large swells is in effect in Mauritius until Friday June 14 at 4:00 a.m. The strong anticyclone south of the Mascarenes is causing windy weather in the region. Clouds associated with an area of ​​instability evolving to the northwest also influence the local weather at times.

The sky will remain cloudy this morning and throughout the day with intermittent rain.

The maximum temperature will vary between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 25 and 27 degrees Celsius on the coast.

It will be cloudy tonight with intermittent rain across the island. Which will be frequent in the East, the South and on the central plateau.

Pockets of fog are expected in some areas, reducing visibility.

The minimum temperature will vary between 17 and 19 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius in the coastal regions.

The wind will blow from the east-north-east at an average speed of 30 to 40 km/h with gusts of around 90 km/h in exposed areas.

The public is advised:

1) watch out for flying debris.

2) avoid maneuvering at heights, such as buildings and other tall structures.

3) be very careful when driving on roads subject to strong side winds.

The high seas will be strong to very strong with swells of around 4 meters.

These swells will also influence the lagoons mainly from the South-West, South and East. Waves may break along low-lying coastal areas during high tides.

Fishermen, boaters and the general public are strongly advised not to go out to sea and not to venture along these beaches.

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