Tropical Cyclone Herold is about to hit northeastern Madagascar, NASA has released its latest satellite images. On Monday, NASA’s Aqua satellite released images of Herold’s eye, just days after it rose from a tropical cyclone to a storm. This image was taken by the Medium Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Aqua satellite, and although partially obscured by high clouds, the storm’s eye can still be clearly visible.
According to a report yesterday (March 16) at 2 p.m. Beijing time, Khloe is located in Madagascar’s Anzilana (ANTAANA) southeast of AntALAHA about 420 km south-west indian ocean, is 15.6 degrees south latitude, 54.1 degrees east longitude, the center near the maximum wind strength of 13 (38 meters / second, equivalent to China’s typhoon level), the lowest pressure of 965 100. The “Khloe” is expected to move south-southeast at a speed of 10-15 km/h, gradually strengthening.