Cyclone Cheneso made landfall on Thursday morning in the province of Sava, Madagascar, and has slowly tracked southwestwards since. The remnants of the storm are perched along the coast of Melaky province in the west, and is blowing up copious amounts of convection tonight. It is likely that the system will emerge into the Mozambique channel for a time, and could restrengthen before turning back inland and towards the southeast. There is also another chance of regeneration after it continues southeastwards back into the Indian Ocean. Regardless of further development, catastrophic rainfall is expected to continue over the next seven days in the northwest and southeast of Madagascar, with totals of 700mm still possible in addition to current totals.
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