Timeline of The 2008–09 South-West Indian Ocean Cyclone Season - February

February

February 1
  • 1200 UTC - Méteo-France designates a low pressure area east-northeast of Réunion as an Area of Disturbed Weather 08-20082009.
February 2
  • 0600 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Area of Disturbed Weather 08-20082009 to Tropical Disturbance 08-20082009.
February 3
  • 0000 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Tropical Disturbance 08-20082009 to Tropical Depression 08-20082009.
  • 0600 UTC - Mauritius Meteorological Services designates Tropical Depression 08-20082009 as Moderate Tropical Storm Gael.
February 5
  • 0900 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Moderate Tropical Storm Gael to Severe Tropical Storm Gael.
  • 1800 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Severe Tropical Storm Gael to Tropical Cyclone Gael.
February 6
  • 1800 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Tropical Cyclone Gael to Intense Tropical Cyclone Gael.
February 8
  • 1200 UTC - Méteo-France downgrades Intense Tropical Cyclone Gael to a Tropical Cyclone.
February 10
  • 0300 UTC - The JTWC issues its final advisory on Tropical Storm Gael.
February 21
  • 1200 UTC - The JTWC designates Zone of Disturbed Weather 09 2008-09 as Tropical Cyclone 16S
  • 1800 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Tropical Disturbance 09-20082009 to Tropical Depression 09-20082009.
February 22
  • 0000 UTC - Mauritius Meteorological Services designates Tropical Depression 09-20082009 to Moderate Tropical Storm Hina.
  • 1200 UTC - Méteo-France upgrades Moderate Tropical Storm Hina (16S) to a severe tropical storm.
February 23
  • 1800 UTC - Méteo-France downgrades Moderate Tropical Storm Hina (16S) to a tropical disturbance.
February 24
  • 0600 UTC - The JTWC issues its final advisory on Tropical Cyclone 16S (Hina).
  • 2300 UTC - Méteo-France releases its final advisory on Tropical Disturbance, Ex-Hina.

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