Tropical Cyclone Kenneth, another tropical storm, is reported to be heading to towards the southern region of Africa, NASA states.
Mozambique/Tanzania border is expected to be most affected by the typical storm.
Mozambique is yet to recover from the recent storm that left about 1000 persons dead in the east African country.
“Kenneth is expected to move toward the border of Mozambique and Tanzania. The area in which the storm is forecast to track, has very warm sea surface temperatures that will allow the storm to strengthen over the next couple of days. Kenneth is forecast to make landfall in extreme northern Mozambique on April 25.
Residents along the Mozambique/Tanzania border should make preparations for storm surge along the coasts, heavy rainfall and hurricane-force winds,” NASA said.
NASA reveals that the new storm as at Wednesday, has a wind speed of 140 kph (85 mph), and will continue to intensify as it moves over the Comoro Islands.
The Tropical Cyclone Kenneth could be stronger, but less devastating as Idai which delivered heavy rainfalls before making landfall on March 15th.