Clouds associated with the remnants of a frontal system will begin to influence local weather during the afternoon. These will be followed by a strong anticyclone to the southwest of the Mascarenes which will cause windy and cold weather in our region.

According to the forecast from the weather station, it will be mostly sunny this morning. The sky will gradually become cloudy in the afternoon with intermittent rain, mainly over the southern half of the island and the central plateau.

The maximum temperature will vary between 20 and 22 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 25 and 28 degrees Celsius on the coast.

Intermittent rains are still expected overnight mainly on the southern half of the island and on the central plateau. Pockets of fog are expected in some areas.

The minimum temperature will be below average and will vary between 14 and 16 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 18 and 20 degrees Celsius in the coastal regions.

The wind will blow from the southeast at around 20 km/h, gradually strengthening in the afternoon with gusts reaching 60 km/h in some places.

The sea will be rough beyond the reefs with swells from the southern sector of around 2.50 m. Outings on the high seas are not recommended. The swells will increase in the afternoon to reach 3.50 m. Therefore, outings in the South-West, South and East lagoons are also not recommended from this afternoon.

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