Sunday , 2 October 2022
After tropical storm Boura?s winds reached an alarming 40MPH, the inhabitants of the Eastern Coast of Madagascar have been watching her for the past few days, fearing the worst. Today, however, with wind gusts of about 20 MPH, she has considerably weakened, and will soon clear the Northern part of the Island.

Cyclone – Tropical storm Boura downgraded

Tropical Storm Boura was first detected on November 15, 2002, off the Northeastern coast of Madagascar. Her winds reached an alarming 40 MPH as she threatened Madagascar, and the neighboring islands with heavy rains, and high winds.

Today, the danger has passed, and tropical storm Boura has been downgraded to a mere “tropical depression”.

Translated by J. F. Razanamiadana