The strength and organization of TC 14S (Freddy) has decreased significantly, and it is no longer categorized as a cyclone. The image to the left shows the weakened system west of Australia as of 0600Z yesterday.
The remnants of Freddy are also visible in the image to the right, valid at 1800Z. By comparing the earlier and later images, it is evident that Freddy has continued to weaken and become more disorganized.
Further west, TC13S (Gael) has completed extratropical transitioning. The righthand image shows the remnants of the cyclone moving away from Madagascar and La Reunion. These remnants appear even less organized than those of Freddy.
As of this time, there are no potential areas for cyclone formation in the Pacific nor the Indian Oceans.