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When a Cyclone Class II warning is in force
(Issued so as to allow, as far as practicable, 12 hours of daylight before gusts reaching 120 kmph.)
When a Cyclone Class III warning in force
(Issued so as to allow, as far as practicable, 6 hours of daylight before gusts reaching 120 kmph)
Passage of the ‘EYE’ of the cyclone
During the passage of the
‘EYE’ which brings a sudden calm, do not assume that cyclonic conditions
are over. The calm period is always followed by violent winds from the
opposite direction. Wait for the termination message before assuming the
cyclone has passed.
Termination Bulletin/ Precautionary Advisory
(Issued when there is no longer any appreciable danger of gusts exceeding 120 kmph)
Managers of resorts, hotels, and other tourist areas should take steps
to ensure visitors are aware of the dangers and know what to do in the
event of a cyclone. Contact the Tourism Authority for further advice.
Where can I get information?
sources of cyclone information are radio and television stations.
Because of the high chance of the power supply being disrupted, it is
important to have a battery-operated radio to listen for cyclone
Additional info website
NDRRMC site: https://ndrrmc.govmu.org