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Storm brewing in Indian Ocean may bear new cyclone in Mozambique

The storm may bring ‘life-threatening weather’ to Mozambique and Tanzania, according to AccuWeather.

A storm brewing in the southern Indian Ocean may form a tropical cyclone and strike southeastern Africa, AccuWeather said.

The region has barely had time to recover from the effects of Cyclone Idai, which hit in March and killed more than 1 000 people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

The storm, which will be named Kenneth if it becomes an organized tropical cyclone, may bring “life-threatening weather” to Mozambique and Tanzania, the weather forecaster said.

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