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IDW10800

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

TROPICAL CYCLONE OUTLOOK FOR NORTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

Issued at 1:08pm WST on Monday the 3rd of April 2006

For the area between LONGITUDES 110 - 129 EAST

A tropical low, 1002hPa, was located at noon WST Monday near 14.5S 115.0E and an

active monsoon trough extends east to 12S 129E. The low is likely to be in an

increasingly favourable environment for further development on Wednesday and

Thursday. The low is expected to be slow moving in the next two days and then

its most likely movement is towards the south southwest.

DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL

Tuesday: low

Wednesday: high

Thursday: high

** NOTE: Development potential is an estimate of the probability of **

** tropical cyclone development within a 24 hour period. **

** LOW = 10% or less MODERATE = 20-40% HIGH = 50% or more **

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yup mate 93s looks well formed almost looks like a mirror image ATM IMO if they colide then storm of all this season for WA looks like the last major storm for aus carnt see any more but 94s is still looking good for further development

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Yeah, it's looking pretty impressive already. Coming to the tail end of the S Hemisphere season now. Waiting for the NW Pacific to kick start, been very quiet so far this year. I think the next 6 weeks will see activity really increase. NW Pacific typhoons are my favourite but it's a shame they get less media coverage!

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shiping forcast

IDW23100

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SECURITE

HIGH SEAS WEATHER WARNING FOR METAREA 10 ISSUED BY THE

AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING

CENTRE PERTH AT 1802UTC 4 APRIL 2006

GALE WARNING FOR THE WESTERN AREA

Please be aware, wind gusts can be a further 40 percent stronger than the

averages given here, and maximum waves may be up to twice the height.

SITUATION

At 1800UTC tropical low located within 30 nautical miles of

Latitude fourteen decimal six degrees South [14.6S]

Longitude one hundred and fifteen decimal three degrees East [115.3E]

Recent movement : slowly south.

Maximum winds : 30 knots.

Central pressure: 998hPa.

Note: The low is expected to move erratically over the next 12 to 24 hours and

then begin moving south or southwestwards once it has developed further.

AREA AFFECTED

Within 60 nautical miles of the centre extending to within 100 nautical miles in

western quadrants.

FORECAST

Low may develop into a tropical cyclone in the next 18 to 24 hours

causing clockwise winds 30/40 knots, rough to very rough seas and

moderate swell.

At 0600 UTC 05 April: Within 50 nautical miles of 15.4 South 115.2 East

Central pressure 994 hPa.

Winds to 30 knots near centre.

At 1800 UTC 05 April: Within 80 nautical miles of 16.4 South 114.9 East

Central pressure 988 hPa.

Winds to 40 knots near centre.

Next warning issued by 0100 UTC 05 April 2006.

WEATHER PERTH

Yeah, it's looking pretty impressive already. Coming to the tail end of the S Hemisphere season now. Waiting for the NW Pacific to kick start, been very quiet so far this year. I think the next 6 weeks will see activity really increase. NW Pacific typhoons are my favourite but it's a shame they get less media coverage!

we should by now get a daily forcast in the uk keeps us on our toes we need to look out for summet forming here in the uk around october

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IDW10800

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

TROPICAL CYCLONE OUTLOOK FOR NORTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

Issued at 1:42pm WST on Wednesday the 5th of April 2006

For the area between LONGITUDES 110 - 129 EAST

Shipping Warnings [iDW23100] are current for a developing tropical low, located

near 15.5S 116.5E at 8am WST Wednesday, please refer to latest warning. There is

no need for TC Advices at this stage.

No other tropical cyclones are expected to develop within the next three days.

Full details available from Bureau of Meteorology web site, visit

www.bom.gov.au.

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IDW24100

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

Media: The Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this warning.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 1

Issued at 3:10 am WST on Thursday, 6 April 2006

BY THE BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING CENTRE PERTH

A CYCLONE WATCH is now current for a category 1 cyclone for the coastal areas

between Mardie and Coral Bay.

At 2:00 am WST Tropical Cyclone HUBERT was estimated to be

390 kilometres north northwest of Karratha and

535 kilometres north northeast of Exmouth and

moving south southwest at 13 kilometres per hour.

Gales are not expected to develop in coastal areas today but gales could develop

later on Friday as the cyclone moves further to the south southwest.

Details of Tropical Cyclone Hubert at 2:00 am WST.

Location of centre : within 70 kilometres of

Latitude 17.4 South Longitude 115.8 East.

Recent movement : South southwest at 13 kilometres per hour.

Central Pressure : 988 hPa.

Maximum wind gusts : 90 kilometres per hour near the centre.

Severity category : 1.

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may just get a cat 3 out of this one

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IDW24100

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

Media: The Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this warning.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 7

Issued at 11:50 pm WST on Thursday, 6 April 2006

BY THE BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING CENTRE PERTH

A CYCLONE WARNING is now current for a CATEGORY 2 CYCLONE for the coastal areas

between Roebourne and Coral Bay.

A CYCLONE WATCH extends to adjacent inland parts of the Pilbara and coastal

areas between Coral Bay and Minilya Roadhouse.

At 11:00pm WST TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT was relocated by radar and was estimated

to be

215 kilometres northwest of Karratha and

225 kilometres north of Onslow and

moving south southwest at 16 kilometres per hour.

Gales with gusts to 100 kilometres per hour may occur on the coast between

Roebourne and Onslow overnight, due to a tight pressure gradient between

TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT and a high pressure system to the south.

TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT is expected to move closer to the coast during Friday.

Gales with gusts to 120 kilometres per hour may develop in coastal areas between

Onslow and Exmouth on Friday afternoon if the system maintains intensity. Heavy

rainfall is likely in the west Pilbara during Friday, but is not expected to

extend very far inland.

Details of Tropical Cyclone Hubert at 11:00 pm WST.

Location of centre : relocated within 55 kilometres of

Latitude 19.6 South Longitude 115.2 East.

Recent movement : South southwest at 16 kilometres per hour.

Central Pressure : 975 hPa.

Maximum wind gusts : 140 kilometres per hour near the centre.

Severity category : 2.

The next advice will be issued at 3am WST Friday.

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IDW24100

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

Media: The Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this warning.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 14

Issued at 5:55 pm WST on Friday, 7 April 2006

BY THE BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING CENTRE PERTH

A CYCLONE WARNING is now current for a CATEGORY 1 CYCLONE for the coastal areas

between Mardie and Exmouth and adjacent inland parts of the West Pilbara

including Nanutarra Roadhouse.

At 5pm WST TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT was relocated by radar and surface

observations and was estimated to be

40 kilometres north northeast of Onslow and

70 kilometres west of Mardie

moving south southeast at 18 kilometres per hour.

TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT has weakened rapidly in an unfavourable atmospheric

environment, and the surface circulation is now poorly defined.

Gales with gusts to 110 kilometres per hour are being experienced on the west

Pilbara coast between Mardie and Exmouth Gulf. TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT is

expected to be over land this evening in the vicinity of Onslow and weaken below

tropical cyclone intensity overnight or early tomorrow.

Heavy rainfall is likely about the west Pilbara coast, causing flooding in

coastal streams. Heavy rainfall is not expected to extend far inland.

Details of Tropical Cyclone Hubert at 5pm WST.

Location of centre : within 55 kilometres of

Latitude 21.3 South Longitude 115.3 East.

Recent movement : South southeast at 18 kilometres per hour.

Central Pressure : 984 hPa.

Maximum wind gusts : 110 kilometres per hour near the centre.

Severity category : 1.

The next advice will be issued at 9:00pm WST Friday.

FESA-State Emergency Service advises of the following community alerts:

YELLOW ALERT: People in or near the communities of Onslow and Exmouth should

commence action in preparation for the possibility of winds with damaging gusts.

BLUE ALERT: People in or near the community of Pannawonica should be taking

precautions.

ALL CLEAR WITH CAUTION:

People in or near communities of Karratha, Roebourne, Wickham, Point Samson,

Dampier and Mardie are advised that the Blue Alert has been lifted and they can

proceed with caution.

Communities between Mardie and Exmouth should listen for the next advice.Cyclone

advices and State Emergency Service Community Alerts are available by

dialling 1300 659 210

A map showing the track of the cyclone is available at:

http://www.bom.gov.au/weather/wa/cyclone

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IDW24100

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

Media: The Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this warning.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 16

Issued at 11:50 pm WST on Friday, 7 April 2006

BY THE BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

TROPICAL CYCLONE WARNING CENTRE PERTH

The CYCLONE WARNING for coastal areas between Mardie and Onslow has been

cancelled.

At 11pm WST EX-TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT was estimated to be

40 kilometres east northeast of Onslow and

60 kilometres southwest of Mardie

moving south southeast at 12 kilometres per hour.

EX-TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT has weakened and sustained gales are no longer

expected in coastal areas. However, strong and gusty winds with moderate

rainfall should persist in parts of the western Pilbara during Saturday as the

system further weakens. Please refer to Flood Advices for further information on

flooding through the west Pilbara

Details of EX-TROPICAL CYCLONE HUBERT at 11pm WST.

Location of centre : within 55 kilometres of

Latitude 21.5 South Longitude 115.5 East.

Recent movement : South southeast at 12 kilometres per hour.

Central Pressure : 996 hPa.

Maximum wind gusts : 80 kilometres per hour.

Severity category : below tropical cyclone intensity.

No further tropical cyclone advices are anticipated for this system.

FESA-State Emergency Service advises of the following community alerts:

ALL CLEAR WITH CAUTION:

People in or near communities of Onslow, Exmouth, Karratha, Pannawonica,

Roebourne, Wickham, Point Samson, Dampier and Mardie are advised that the Blue

Alert has been lifted and they can proceed with caution.

Cyclone advices and State Emergency Service Community Alerts are available by

dialling 1300 659 210

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3 more brewing

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97P.INVEST http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/tc-bin/tc_home2...&DISPLAY=Latest

22S.ELIA http://www.nrlmry.navy.mil/tc-bin/tc_home2...&DISPLAY=Latest

IDW10900

BUREAU OF METEOROLOGY

WESTERN AUSTRALIA REGIONAL OFFICE

TROPICAL CYCLONE OUTLOOK FOR THE CENTRAL INDIAN OCEAN

Issued at 12:00pm WST on Sunday the 16th of April 2006

For the area between LONGITUDES 90 - 110 EAST

Tropical cyclone Elia 994 hPa near 16.5S 84.4S moving southwest 8 knots. The

cyclone is expected to continue to move southwest away from 90E.

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  • Location: Watford
  • Location: Watford

Elia has almost completely gone.

BULLETIN DU 16 AVRIL A 16H30 LOCALES:

IL N'Y A PAS D'ALERTE EN COURS A LA REUNION, ET AUCUNE

MENACE CYCLONIQUE N'EST ENVISAGEE POUR LES PROCHAINES 72 HEURES.

*****************************************************

NATURE DU SYSTEME DEPRESSIONNAIRE TROPICAL

PRESENT SUR LE SUD-OUEST DE L'OCEAN INDIEN

PERTURBATION TROPICALE EX-ELIA

PRESSION ESTIMEE AU CENTRE : 1000 HPA.

POSITION LE 16 AVRIL A 16 HEURES LOCALES: 17.8 SUD / 82.7 EST

(DIX-SEPT DEGRES HUIT SUD ET QUATRE-VINGT-DEUX DEGRES SEPT EST).

DISTANCE DES COTES REUNIONNAISES: 2835 KM A L'EST

DEPLACEMENT: SUD-OUEST A 16 KM/H.

VOICI LES INTENSITES ET POSITIONS PREVUES DE CE SYSTEME DEPRESSIONNAIRE AU COURS DES PROCHAINS JOURS

DISSIPE, CENTRE POSITIONNE DANS 24H PAR 20.5S/80E

ATTENTION: LES PREVISIONS DE TRAJECTOIRE ET D'INTENSITE

PRECEDENTES SONT A CONSIDERER AVEC LA PLUS GRANDE PRUDENCE

COMPTE TENU DE LEUR INCERTITUDE. ELLES NE CONCERNENT QUE LA

POSITION DU CENTRE DU PHENOMENE, SANS CONSIDERATION SUR SON

EXTENSION.

CE BULLETIN EST A

PRESENT TERMINE.

C'EST LE DERNIER EMIS SUR CE SYSTEME. LE KIOSQUE SERA REACTUALISE DEMAIN A 16H00.

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  • Location: Leeds/Bradford border, 185 metres above sea level, around 600 feet
  • Location: Leeds/Bradford border, 185 metres above sea level, around 600 feet
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now been named as 23p monica

IDQP0005

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology

Queensland

Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre

Media: The Standard Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this

message.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 2

Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane

Issued at 4:43pm on Monday the 17th of April 2006

A Cyclone WATCH has been declared for coastal and island communities

between Torres Strait and Cooktown, and including the west coast of Cape York

Peninsula north of Mapoon.

At 4 pm EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 1, was centred near latitude

12.5 south longitude 149.6 east, which is 580 km kilometres northeast of

Cooktown and 660 km east of Lockhart River.

The cyclone is moving west-southwest at about 10 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify and adopt a general westward

track during the 24 to 48 hours days and be near the east coast of Cape York

Peninsula early Wednesday morning.

People between Torres Strait and Cooktown and far northern Cape York Peninsula

should consider what action they will need to take if the cyclone threat

increases and listen to the next advice at 11 pm EST tonight. If you are unsure

about actions to be taken, information is available from your local government

or local State Emergency Service.

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The Met office has Monica intensifying once again after she's crossed Cape York. They except her to become a strong cyclone again. In the meantime could we see the unexpected explosive intensification which has characterised the previous two strong cyclones, Larry and Glenda?

From the metoffice

TROPICAL CYCLONE MONICA ANALYSED POSITION : 12.7S 149.3E

VERIFYING TIME POSITION STRENGTH TENDENCY

-------------- -------- -------- --------

12UTC 17.04.2006 12.7S 149.3E WEAK

00UTC 18.04.2006 14.4S 147.1E MODERATE INTENSIFYING SLIGHTLY

12UTC 18.04.2006 13.7S 145.4E MODERATE INTENSIFYING RAPIDLY

00UTC 19.04.2006 13.4S 143.7E STRONG INTENSIFYING SLIGHTLY

12UTC 19.04.2006 13.5S 143.1E STRONG WEAKENING SLIGHTLY

00UTC 20.04.2006 13.7S 142.1E MODERATE WEAKENING SLIGHTLY

12UTC 20.04.2006 12.2S 140.4E MODERATE WEAKENING SLIGHTLY

00UTC 21.04.2006 11.8S 140.3E MODERATE INTENSIFYING RAPIDLY

12UTC 21.04.2006 11.0S 139.8E STRONG INTENSIFYING SLIGHTLY

00UTC 22.04.2006 10.4S 139.2E STRONG LITTLE CHANGE

12UTC 22.04.2006 9.7S 138.7E STRONG LITTLE CHANGE

00UTC 23.04.2006 9.5S 138.0E MODERATE WEAKENING SLIGHTLY

12UTC 23.04.2006 9.2S 137.6E MODERATE WEAKENING SLIGHTLY

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IDQP0005

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology

Queensland

Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre

Media: The Standard Emergency Warning Signal should NOT be used with this

message.

PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 3

Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane

Issued at 10:39pm on Monday the 17th of April 2006

A Cyclone WATCH is now current for coastal and island communities between Torres

Strait and Cooktown, and elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun.

At 10pm EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 1, was centred near latitude

12.6 south longitude 149.4 east, which is 550 km kilometres northeast of

Cooktown and 640 km east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west-southwest

at about 10 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify and adopt a general westward

track over the next 24 to 48 hours. It is expected to cross the northern Cape

Yorke Peninsula coast Wednesday morning and continue to move westward into the

Gulf of Carpentaria.

People in coastal and island communities between Torres Strait and Cooktown, and

elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun, should consider what action

they will need to take if the cyclone threat increases and listen to the next

advice at 5am EST Tuesday. If you are unsure about actions to be taken,

information is available from your local government or local State Emergency

Service.

The next Tropical Cyclone Advice will be issued by 5am EST Tuesday.

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IDQP0005

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology

Queensland

Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre

Media: For immediate broadcast. Transmitters over Cape York Peninsula north of

Cooktown are requested to use the Standard Emergency Warning Signal..

TOP PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 9

Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane

Issued at 7:50pm on Tuesday the 18th of April 2006

A CYCLONE WARNING is current for coastal and island communities between Torres

Strait and Cape Flattery, extending across Cape York Peninsula to all areas

north of Pormpuraaw.

A CYCLONE WATCH is current south to a line from Cooktown on the east coast to

Kowanyama on the west coast. A CYCLONE WATCH has also been issued for Northern

Territory coastal and island communities between Groote Eylandt and Elcho Island

including Nhulunbuy.

At 7 pm EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2, was centred near latitude

13.5 south longitude 146.0 east, which is 235 kilometres north northeast of

Cooktown and 280 kilometres east southeast of Lockhart River. The cyclone is

moving west southwest at about 23 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify further and continue moving on

a general westward track over the next 24 to 48 hours. DESTRUCTIVE WINDS with

gusts to 130 km/h may develop between Cape Melville and Cape Flattery including

Lizard Island tonight, and should extend onto the coast between Torres Strait

and Cape Flattery from early Wednesday morning.

The VERY DESTRUCTIVE core of Monica with wind gusts up to 200 km/hr is expected

to be near the coast between Lockhart River and Cape Melville late Wednesday

morning.

After crossing the coast, Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to continue moving

westwards across Cape York Peninsula and into the Gulf of Carpentaria on

Wednesday night, and then continue westwards across the Gulf on Thursday. Gales

may develop about the Northern Territory coast between Groote Eylandt and Elcho

Island, including Nhulunbuy, late Thursday night.

Details of Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2, for 7 pm EST Tuesday.

Central Pressure : 975 Hectopascals

Location of Centre : within 40 kilometres of

latitude 13.5 degrees south

longitude 146.0 degrees east

280 km east southeast of Lockhart River.

Recent Movement : West southwest at 23 kilometres per hour

Destructive winds : out to 60 kilometres from the centre

Maximum wind gusts : 160 kilometres per hour, and INTENSIFYING.

People in communities in Torres Strait and over Cape York Peninsula north of a

line from Pormpuraaw to Cape Flattery should commence or continue preparations

especially attempting to secure boats and property.

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getting stronger every hour

IDQP0005

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology

Queensland

Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre

Media: For immediate broadcast. Transmitters over Cape York Peninsula north of

Cooktown are requested to use the Standard Emergency Warning Signal..

TOP PRIORITY

TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 11

Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane

Issued at 1:49am on Wednesday the 19th of April 2006

A CYCLONE WARNING is current for coastal and island communities between Torres

Strait and Cape Melville, extending across Cape York Peninsula to all areas

north of Pormpuraaw. The warning between Cape Melville and Cape Flattery has

been cancelled.

The CYCLONE WATCH south to Cooktown on the east coast and south to Kowanyama on

the west coast has been cancelled. A CYCLONE WATCH has also been issued for

Northern Territory coastal and island communities between Groote Eylandt and

Elcho Island including Nhulunbuy.

At 1am EST, Severe Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 3, was centred near

latitude 13.0 south longitude 145.1 east, which is 280 kilometres north of

Cooktown and 170 kilometres east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west

at about 18 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify further this morning and

continue moving on a general westward track. DESTRUCTIVE WINDS with gusts above

130 km/h should extend onto the coast between Torres Strait and Cape Melville

from early this morning.

The VERY DESTRUCTIVE core of Monica with wind gusts up to 220 km/hr is expected

to cross the coast in the general area of Lockhart River late this morning.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to continue moving westwards across Cape

York Peninsula later today and into the Gulf of Carpentaria early on Thursday.

Gales may develop about the Northern Territory coast between Groote Eylandt and

Elcho Island, including Nhulunbuy, late Thursday night.

Details of Severe Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 3, for 1am EST Tuesday.

Central Pressure : 965 Hectopascals

Location of Centre : within 40 kilometres of

latitude 13.0 degrees south

longitude 145.1 degrees east

170 km east of Lockhart River.

Recent Movement : West at 18 kilometres per hour

Destructive winds : out to 75 kilometres from the centre

Maximum wind gusts : 190 kilometres per hour, and INTENSIFYING.

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  • Location: Southern France
  • Location: Southern France

--> Maximum wind gusts : 200 kilometres per hour, and INTENSIFYING.

--> "Severe Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to continue intensifying, and there is a risk of it developing into a category 4 system as it crosses the coast in the general vicinity of Lockhart River Wednesday morning."

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A good link : here ;)

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