A high swell warning is in effect in Mauritius and will be valid until 4 p.m. this Saturday, June 1. High seas will be rough to very rough with waves of around 4 meters. These waves will influence the lagoons mainly in the South-West, South and East and 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 venture along these beaches.

“However, the state of the western and northern lagoons will gradually improve during the night,” indicates the weather station in its bulletin issued this Saturday.

Furthermore, the fairly strong anticyclone almost to the south of the Mascarenes keeps the weather rather windy and cold in our region.

The weather will be partly overcast this morning, becoming cloudy at times on the heights with light rain. Other clouds coming from the South-East will cause temporary showers tomorrow afternoon mainly in the East, the South and on the central plateau.

The maximum temperature will be slightly below average, and will vary between 20 and 23 degrees Celsius on the central plateau and between 25 and 28 degrees Celsius on the coast.

Partly overcast to cloudy weather will await us overnight with light rain mainly on the heights.

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

The wind will blow from the South-East at around 30 km/h with gusts reaching 60 km/h in exposed places. The wind will weaken further tonight.

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