The strong anticyclone begins to gradually weaken. As a result, no warning of strong winds and heavy swells has been in effect in Mauritius since 04:00 this morning. Clouds coming from the east will cross the island at times, indicates the weather station in its bulletin issued this Friday morning.

The sky will remain rather cloudy this morning with intermittent rain over the eastern half of the island and on the central plateau. Pockets of fog are expected on the heights, thus reducing visibility.

Intermittent rain will become less frequent during the day.

The maximum temperature will vary between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 26 and 28 degrees Celsius on the coast.

During the night, showers will persist on the heights. The sky will be partly cloudy elsewhere.

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-northeast at a speed of around 30 km/h with gusts of around 70 km/h in exposed areas. The public is still advised to avoid maneuvering at height and to exercise extra caution on roads due to crosswinds.

The high seas will be strong with swells of around 3 meters. Outings on the high seas, as well as in the Eastern and Southern lagoons, are not recommended.

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