Tropical Storm Ana has left many dead in its wake since its first detection.
The storm which started in Madagascar made landfalls as early as Monday before sweeping through Malawi and Mozambique. Local news also report that several deaths were recorded in the region, leaving many displaced from their homes. Schools and public facilities are now being converted to shelters in the nation’s capital, Antananarivo.
Malawi have also confirmed almost 20 deaths with several others missing. Power outage has also been confirmed in the country.
Homes affected in Mozambique also amounts to 3000 while hundreds have been totally destroyed. The storm’s havoc have also resulted to a number of heavy rains and thunderstorms in previously hit locations within the South of Africa.
Weather experts now warn of an impending storm brewing in the Indian Ocean, which will potentially take full shape in a matter of days.