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Nampula and Cabo Delgado provinces could be hit by a severe tropical storm from December 4, the National Meteorological Institute (INAM) announced on Wednesday afternoon.
INAM explains that the storm is being caused by a low-pressure system currently forming in the Indian Ocean north of Madagascar, and could reach Moderate Tropical Storm level on Sunday, 1 December.
According to the communique quoted by ‘Jornal Domingo’, the forecast is for the storm to move through the Mozambique Channel towards Cabo Delgado on Monday, December 2, possibly reaching Severe Tropical Storm status on Wednesday, December 4.
INAM says it will monitor the evolution of the system, while calling on the public to take safety measures to minimise damage.
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