Mozambique Underwater. 24 March 2019
Waterborne disease and famine are two factors likely to result from the growing tragedy in Mozambique.
Slow moving Cat 3 Cyclone Idai has been dumping never before seen rain on Mozambique right through two forecast periods but seems to have intensified during the very volcanic 15-17 March period.
Cholera and typhoid epidemics will follow the flooding from Idai.
The storm is right off the normal Indian Ocean storm track.
Climate Change experts say atmospheric heating means more clouds and rain as heated oceans evaporate more.
Little Ice Age scientists say solar driven wild jetstream fluctuations will intensify and push storms off normal storm paths.
Tough times lie ahead for the Mozambiquans.
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