Articles tagged "tc giovanna"


TC Giovanna and TC Hilwa ravaging in South Indian Ocean

TC Giovanna's center  is currently located off the southeast coast of Madagascar, about 490 nm southeast of Antananarivo, a capitol of Madagascar, and is moving northwestward at 9 knots over the past six hours according to Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). The low

February 20, 2012


Tropical Cyclone Giovanna changed direction and is now returning back to Madagascar

Tropical Cyclone Giovanna has strengthened at sea after wreaking havoc across Madagascar. It continues to spin-off the southwestern coast of Madagascar and forecast track are being remodeled right now. There is high risk for locally damaging winds and flooding rain

February 17, 2012

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Giovanna ravaged Madagascar and continues towards Mozabique

Destruction left behind Tropical cyclone Giovanna is still being assessed. Packing highest sustained winds of about 120 mph (193 kmh), the storm landed early Tuesday morning, local time, a little south of Toamasina (Tamatave). The storm also hammered the capital,

February 15, 2012


Tropical cyclone Giovanna blasts Madagascar

Tropical Cyclone Giovanna has crashed into eastern Madagascar with devastating winds and flooding rain. Giovanna made landfall near Andavoranto, south of Toamasina ripping up trees and felling electrical lines. Data supplied by the U.S. Navy and Air Force Joint

February 14, 2012


TC Giovanna makes landfall in Madagascar as Category 4 storm today

A category four tropical storm, Cyclone Giovanna, is expected to make landfall within hours close to the Madagascan east coast town of Toamasina and thereafter head for the capital Antananarivo. Devastating winds, rain and storm tide of TC Giovanna will be brought to

February 13, 2012


Tropical cyclone Giovanna aims Madagascar

Madagascar is again on the path of  dangerous tropical cyclone. Tropical Cyclone Giovanna is currently  north of the islands of Mauritius and Reunion, and is tracking southwest toward the eastern Madagascar coast. According to Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC),

February 12, 2012