Tropical Storm Gael

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Timeline Of The 2008–09 South-West Indian Ocean Cyclone Season - February
... upgrades Area of Disturbed Weather 08-20082009 to Tropical Disturbance 08-20082009 ... February 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 ...
Storms - Intense Tropical Cyclone Gael
... Intense tropical cyclone (MFR) Category 4 tropical cyclone (SSHS) Duration February 1 – February 9 Peak intensity 185 km/h (115 mph) 930 mbar (hPa) On February 1, RSMC La Reunion began issuing ... potential for the development of a significant tropical cyclone within next 24 hours as "poor" ... JTWC upgraded the disturbance's chances of forming into a tropical cyclone to "fair" ...

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