Mauritius Cyclone Tracking Images - Indian Ocean
Tropical cyclones in Mauritius and the South West Indian Ocean occurs normally in summer season, that is between the month of November till mid-May. The peak period for tropical cyclones is usually in mid-February to early of March. The 2012-2013 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season started on the 15th of November 2012 and will terminate on 15th of May 2013. Based on the cyclone trajectory, cyclone warning is effected in Mauritius. In Mauritius, cyclone warnings are classified between Class I to Class IV depending on the cyclone track and wind speed. Class IV is issued when wind gust reaches 120 km/h and are predicted to persist. In South-West Indian Ocean, tropical cyclones are classified as tropical disturbance, tropical depression, moderate tropical storm, tropical cyclone, intense tropical cyclone and very intense tropical cyclone respectively.
Below is the tropical cyclone tracking images for the South-West Indian Ocean:
MeteoFrance cyclone tracking image
World Weather Organisation
Satellite Image updates every 15 minutes.
Mauritius Time = (UTC + 4hr)
Mauritian Time = EST + 9hr
Accuweather Cyclone Satellite Animation
Joint Typhoon Warning Center Indian Ocean cyclone tracking