Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Tropical Storm: South Indian Ocean

SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN - We're also watching System 94S for development. It currently has a medium chance for development. It is centered near 23.6 S 38.8E about 535 nautical miles southwest of Antananarivo, Madagascar. This visible image of System 94S shows very little convection occurring around the center of circulation, with the bulk of the clouds and showers in the southeastern quadrant. The low level center is exposed to outside winds, and the system is being battered by vertical wind shear.

NASA Hurricane Centre

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