Tropical Cyclone Filipo

Filipo is a Tropical Cyclone impacting Mozambique with gusty winds and torrential rains. On March 11, 2024, Filipo made landfall in Mozambique, on the one-year anniversary of Cyclone Freddy’s second landfall in Mozambique.

The system is expected to re-enter open waters and briefly restrengthen.

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Contributions by: Josh Reiter and Dakota Smith

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Filipo Moves Back Over Open Ocean Waters

Description:

After bringing tropical cyclone conditions to Southern Africa, Filipo moves back over open waters where it will gain slightly more intensity.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: Meteosat-9

Product: GeoColor

Instrument: SEVIRI

Cyclone Filipo Makes Landfall in Mozambique

Description:

On the one-year anniversary of Cyclone Freddy’s second landfall, Cyclone Filipo makes landfall in Mozambique. The storm ushers in gusty winds and flooding rains.


Phenomena: Flooding Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: Meteosat-9

Product: GeoColor

Instrument: SEVIRI

Tropical Cyclone Filipo Impacts Mozambique

Description:

Tropical Cyclone Filipo forms in and traverses the Mozambique Channel, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall to Mozambique and Madagascar.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: Meteosat-9

Product: GeoColor

Instrument: SEVIRI