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Tropical Cyclone MADI Striking Southern India

Posted by feww on December 12, 2013

MADI packing sustained winds of about 70km/h

MADI [Tropical Cyclone 06B] was located approximately 210km ESE of Chennai, India, [position: 11.9N, 81.5E] tracking southwestward at about 20km/h at 00:30UTC on December 12, 2013, according to JTWC. 

The cyclone was packing sustained winds of about 70km/h gusting up to 90km/h.

The system was generating maximum significant wave height of up to 5m and was being monitored for signs of regeneration.

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Tropical Storm MADI – Water Vapor [FIRE-EARTH Enhancement] Satellite image – recorded at 00:30UTC on December 12, 2013. Original Image Source: CIMSS/SSEC/WISC.

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