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Cyclone "Freddy"

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    Posted: March 16 2023 at 2:56am

[url]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclone_Freddy[/url] or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclone_Freddy ;

Very Intense Tropical Cyclone Freddy was an exceptionally long-lived storm that tracked across the Indian Ocean for more than five weeks in February and March 2023. It was the fourth named storm of the 2022–23 Australian region cyclone season, and the second very intense tropical cyclone of the 2022–23 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season.

Freddy first developed as a disturbance embedded within the monsoon trough on 4 February 2023. While in the Australian region cyclone basin, the storm quickly intensified and became a Category 4 severe tropical cyclone, before it moved into the South-West Indian Ocean basin, where it intensified further. The Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) estimated 1-minute sustained winds of 270 km/h (165 mph) at Freddy's peak strength, equivalent to Category 5 strength on the Saffir–Simpson scale. On 19 February, Météo-France (MFR) upgraded it to a very intense tropical cyclone, estimated 10-minute winds of 220 km/h (140 mph). Freddy made its first landfall near Mananjary, Madagascar. The storm rapidly weakened overland but re-strengthened in the Mozambique Channel. Shortly afterward, Freddy made second landfall just south of Vilankulos, Mozambique, before rapidly weakening. Unexpectedly, the system managed to survive its visit in Mozambique and emerged back over the channel on 1 March. Soon after, Freddy was re-classified as a tropical cyclone status by the MFR. Over the course of 10 days, Freddy rapidly intensified on two occasions, eventually slowing to a semi-stationary movement near Quelimane, Mozambique. Moving northwest inland, the storm gradually deteriorated and dissipated over Mozambique on 15 March.

DJ...this cyclone "lived" from february 4 till march 15...killing over 300 people moving from close to Australia over SE Africa....

It may be an indication for what climate collapse may bring us....storms lasting over a month...turning back for a second round of destruction...There has been discussion on "category 6" even stronger storms...But we also have seen insane rainfall-California, SE Türkiye (earth quake zone) just among the recent ones....

Another point is storm-after-storm destroying regions...

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