Cyclone Kenneth likely to hit Tanzania, Mozambique this week

schumi

Honorary Master
Joined
Mar 26, 2010
Messages
21,863
AccuWeather has warned of new cyclone in the southern Indian Ocean that may hit parts of Mozambique and Tanzania later this week.

The tropical storm will be named Kenneth and contains sustained winds of 63-87 km/h (39-54 mph).

According to Meteo France, the French national meteorological service, Kenneth underwent additional strengthening on Tuesday, and has been rated a moderate tropical storm. But a moderate tropical storm is equal to a tropical storm in the Atlantic and East Pacific oceans.

“Further strengthening is possible into Thursday as the storm approaches the southern coast of Tanzania and northern coast of Mozambique,” AccuWeather says.
More at : https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001322419/cyclone-kenneth-likely-to-hit-tanzania-this-week
 

Agent_Smith

Honorary Master
Joined
Dec 3, 2010
Messages
12,889
So more loadshedding then? Wasn't the cause of the last shedding due to a hurricane in Moz?
 

sox63

Executive Member
Joined
Jan 23, 2007
Messages
8,544
So more loadshedding then? Wasn't the cause of the last shedding due to a hurricane in Moz?
The hurricane caused damage to the transmission lines from the hydro plant, so lets hope lines don't get damaged this time
 

MidnightWizard

Expert Member
Joined
Nov 14, 2007
Messages
4,550
Wow....just wow... I didn't think it was possible for you to make less sense but you achieved it.
Thank you for making clear just how blown your ONE neuron is !

Quite possibly people that go to church to pray for rain have NO idea of the relevant weather patterns
Based on faith it makes NO difference how far OR how near the Karoo is to Tanzania
BUT
Perhaps YOU might like to point out the applicable and relevant weather patterns for the Karoo
Particularly the ones that -- bring RAIN !
 

yebocan

Executive Member
Joined
Sep 22, 2005
Messages
9,308
The hurricane caused damage to the transmission lines from the hydro plant, so lets hope lines don't get damaged this time
This part of the world it is called a cyclone...but bigger concern...is this now going to become the new normal?
 

ToxicBunny

Honorary Master
Joined
Apr 8, 2006
Messages
81,156
The hurricane caused damage to the transmission lines from the hydro plant, so lets hope lines don't get damaged this time
So far I would tend towards it being too far north to be of major concern to the Cahora Bassa transmission lines
 

ToxicBunny

Honorary Master
Joined
Apr 8, 2006
Messages
81,156
Thank you for making clear just how blown your ONE neuron is !

Quite possibly people that go to church to pray for rain have NO idea of the relevant weather patterns
Based on faith it makes NO difference how far OR how near the Karoo is to Tanzania
BUT
Perhaps YOU might like to point out the applicable and relevant weather patterns for the Karoo
Particularly the ones that -- bring RAIN !
*pats on the head*

its ok... Mommy will bring you a sweetie just now.
 

Gordon_R

Executive Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2009
Messages
7,238
Its not going to bring rain anywhere near South Africa. Don't waste your breath (or prayers). 7 day outlook:

totp_week1_s[20190424-0501].gif
 
Top