Impact of a major cyclone on a southeast African estuarine,
The St Lucia lake and estuarine system in northern Natal, South Africa was struck by Cyclone Domoina on 31 January 1984. This is the only cyclone known to have traversed part of South Africa.Swaziland Floods Feb 1984 UNDRO Situation Reports 1-6,,1. report of 7 feb. confirmed death toll from cyclone domoina and associated flooding as having risen to 45. expected that total will rise even further as large number of missing unaccounted for.St Lucia Weather | Current weather | KwaZulu-Natal, South,,St Lucia is a small town located on the East coast of South Africa. Surrounded by an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this town is at the heart of magnificent natural coastal forests, wild animals, majestic bird life, breathtaking beaches and hospitable people.Some effects of the cyclones Domoina and,- ScienceDirect,Some effects of the cyclones Domoina and Imboa on mangrove communities in the St Lucia Estuary T.D. Steinke, * C.J. Ward, Estuarine and Marine Group, Department of Botany, University of Durban-Westville, Private Bag X54001, Durban, 4000 Republic of South Africa Estuarine and Marine Group, Department of Botany, University of Durban-Westville,These places hold records for extreme weather in South Africa,This was rainfall associated with the passage of tropical cyclone Domoina. In South Africa the highest ever rainfall in one year was measured at Jonkershoek in the Western Cape (3874 mm in 1950). The wettest place in South Africa is Matiwa with an average annual rainfall ofTropical cyclone Dineo kills four in Mozambique | News,,Weather authorities in South Africa have warned that, despite the declassification of the storm and a less visible vortex, caution must still be taken for the next 48 hours.Listing Details | Coast KZN,Cyclone Domoina developed on 16 January 1984 along the northeastern coast of Mozambique and struck the African continent on 27 January. The storm moved south and for the following five days torrential rain fell over Mozambique, northern KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Swaziland, reaching as far south as Durban.Adamson, P.T., | 1978. | The statistics of extreme values,,| Republic of South Africa, Department of Co-operation and Development, Chief Directorate: Works, Directorates: Civil and Agricultural Engineering Services, Inanda Natal, Storm damage assessment report, Cemetery Road, Quarry Road, Unit B Extn. bus route and minor roads Amatikwe area,A Destructive Tropical Cyclone Season in the Sw Indian,,The characteristics of a destructive tropical cyclone season in the SW Indian Ocean are analysed. Circulation anomalies contributing to active,South Africa (South African Weather Bureau (SA WB) Newsletter, 1984, 1990; Dunn, 1985).,January 1984 when cyclone Domoina passed through.