Nightmare: Cyclone forming off Australian eastern coast

January 12, 2011 – Eastern Australia has seen apocalyptic flooding over the last three weeks. 75% of Queensland has been declared a disaster zone. Brisbane, Australia’s third largest city, has been inundated by a round of new flooding. Toowoomba was buried under a massive inland tsunami. 15 people are dead and more than 80 are still unaccounted for. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worst… We see a massive cyclonic storm forming off Australia’s eastern coast. We can only pray this one misses the land down under altogether. 

La Nina outlook for 2011
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4 Responses to Nightmare: Cyclone forming off Australian eastern coast

  1. Cen Sin says:

    Hi M,

    Correct me if I am wrong.
    As of now, there is another cyclone (TCVince) forming off Australia western coast, or Java island southern coast.

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    • Cen Sin…greeting. You’re right. There are now 2. But because of the Coriolis effect cyclones in the N hemisphere always move East to West; so the one on the western shore should normally move away from Australia but Vince appears to be subtropical which could mean it could stray eastward.

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  2. Sylvie says:

    On the map I was looking for the La Nina cold water? BBC were explaining that the La Nina was the cause of the flooding in Australia and droughts in Argentina.

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