Cyclone Freddy returns to strike Mozambique for second time since late February

Source: PBS News Hour [US state media]

“Record-breaking Cyclone Freddy made its second landfall in Mozambique Saturday night, pounding the southern African nation with heavy rains and disrupting transport and telecommunications services. French weather agency Meteo-France warned of ‘destructive and devastating’ winds and ‘dangerous seas and heavy rains’ that could lead to landslides. It said Freddy will go further inland through the weekend, generating heavy rains in Mozambique and southern Malawi, with rain also likely in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Its the second time Freddy has hit the country, with the cyclone originally making landfall late last month.” (03/11/23)