Tropical cyclone Pancho/Helinda was a long-lived cyclone with a highly convoluted track. The cyclone was named on 20 January when it was north-northwest of the Cocos Islands. Its general direction was southeasterly until it stalled near 90°E where it was renamed Helinda by the Mauritius Meteorological Service before weakening and finally moving north as a tropical low and re-intensifying, heading south and then west past 90°E. Pancho/Helinda finally weakened to below cyclone strength during 4 February and was no longer discernable as a circulation later on 7 February near 19°S 76°E.
For more details see the TC Pancho Report (pdf)
Track and intensity
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