Two cyclones churn in waters near Australia

January 13, 2011 “Two tropical cyclones are churning the tropical waters of the Southern Hemisphere as of Wednesday. Tropical Cyclone Vania has spun up near the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. The center was within 125 miles, or 200 km, of Port-Vila, Vanuatu. Having highest sustained winds of 50 mph, Vania was nearly stationary with a sluggish drift towards the southwest. Vania’s greatest threat, rather than Vanuatu, is to the island of New Caledonia, which it could strike directly with hurricane gusts and flooding rain as early as Friday. Meanwhile, far to the west, Tropical Cyclone Vince whirls over open seas well off northwestern Australia. The location of Vince is about 750 miles, or 1200 km, west-northwest of Port Hedland, Australia.”Accuweather
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1 Response to Two cyclones churn in waters near Australia

  1. lennchma says:

    And what gives this storm so much energy? H.A.A.R.P. Alaska is turned on for almost 3 days now!


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