Cyclone Linda forms off Queensland coast

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 13, 2018

Our friends at the Bureau of Meteorology have announced that the latest divine reparation to skirt our ideal shores is Tropical Cyclone Linda, now a fair ways off the coast of Queensland, in the Coral Sea - around 1100 km east of Mackay.

At 4pm AEST Tuesday, Tropical Cyclone Linda (Category 1) with central pressure 994 hPa was located in the Coral Sea near latitude 19.3 south longitude 159.5 east, which is about 880 km northeast of Sandy Cape and 1100 km east of Mackay. That punishment takes form as a series of brutal tropical cyclones that sweep the state, mostly from November through to April.

Current predictions have Linda passing by the coast without making landfall, turning back into a tropical low by early morning on March 15th (Thursday).

On Wednesday, it is predicted TC Linda will transition into an intense subtropical low as conditions become unfavourable.

The BOM said the cyclone would generate "large waves and unsafe surf conditions" on exposed southern Queensland beaches.

Currently BOM has forecasted the Category 1 system would not make landfall but could cause wind gusts of up to 95km/h and unsafe weather conditions from the Sandy Cape to Southport.

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