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Old 10-12-23, 08:58   #1
 
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Cyclone Jasper - Force Thirteen -Panic Buying Rocks Supermarkets As Cruise Ships Turned Away in Queensland

---Set to Hit North Queensland Next Week

Severe Storm Hit Sydney After 40 Degrees Heatwave

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A cyclone barrelling towards northern Queensland has been downgraded as panic buying rocks supermarkets and cruise ships are turned away.


Empty supermarket shelves were spotted in Cairns and Townsville as people prepared to batten down for the arrival of Cyclone Jasper later in the week.

On Sunday morning the category two storm, which was downgraded from a category four, was located around 900km east of Cairns but was moving west at a relatively slow pace of 7km/h.

'We are expecting it will re-intensify as it heads towards the coast early morning back into a category three and hitting the coast somewhere between Cape Melville and Cardwell,' he said.

Areas potentially affected include the popular tourist destinations of Innisfail, Cairns with the areas north of that city, such as Cooktown and Port Douglas, likely to bear the brunt of storm.



Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Jonathan How told Daily Mail Australia on Sunday that the cyclone is expected to strengthen as it makes landfall.





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Cyclone Jasper: Category 2 Storm Makes Landfall in North Queensland After Getting Stronger

Tens of thousands without power as rain bomb and powerful winds hit. Residents already experiencing 500mm deluges, gale-force winds


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Cyclone Jasper has made landfall in North Queensland

First boat sunk by Cyclone Jasper spills diesel through Cairns marina


Footage captured by north Queensland fishing guide Moody Ryan Fishing shows a yatch has sunk in the Cairns marina.

The short 20-second video was uploaded at 7pm AEST as Cyclone Jasper continued to move inland.

'Looks like the cyclone has claimed its first victim,' a woman said in the clip.

'You can smell the diesel.'

Dozens of commenters expressed sympathy for the boat owner while others claimed the leak could have been caused by a 'bilge pump fail'.

'Poor bugger!,' one said.

'Bilge pump and a charged battery would have saved it,' another wrote.

'Hope they are insured and hope the fellow boaties rally around them,' another said.



Where is Cyclone Jasper Headed?

The Bureau of Meteorology has released its latest track map for Cyclone Jasper.

It shared a map showing the system's expected path shortly before 6.30pm AEST.

'Tropical Cyclone Jasper, category 2, is producing damaging to destructive wind gusts on the Far North Queensland coast as it slowly makes landfall in the vicinity of Wujal Wujal, just north of Cape Tribulation,' the Bureau wrote.

The current warning zone is from Cape Melville to Cardwell, including Cairns and Innisfail and extending inland to include the Atherton Tablelands, Chillagoe and Palmerville.


Wind gusts are currently reaching up to 140km/h with the system travelling southwest at 9km/h.

Intense rainfall between Cape Tribulation and Cairns could cause dangerous and life-threating flash flooding.


'Isolated six-hourly rainfall totals between 250 to 300mm are likely with 24-hourly totals between 400 to 500mm possible,' the Bureau said.













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Australias' Severe Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Hits South-East Queensland Killing a Woman

Woman killed by fallen tree as wild Christmas storm lashes south-east Queensland


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A 59-year-old woman has been killed after severe storms ripped through parts of south-east Queensland on Monday night, bringing intense rain, large hail and fierce winds.


It comes as the Bureau of Meteorology issues new warnings for this afternoon and evening.

Police said the woman was struck by a tree in the suburb of Helensvale, on the Gold Coast, around 9:30pm.

Winds of 100 kph lashed the area, causing property damage and bringing down trees and more than 800 powerlines.

Queensland Ambulance said they did everything they could to save the woman, but she suffered critical injuries.

"Our hearts absolutely go out to the family of a 59-year-old female who died last night when a tree fell on the car that she was travelling in," Assistant Commissioner Gold Coast Region Andrew Hebbron said.

He said crews had up to 50 calls in the peak of the storm from people being injured in their homes to "less serious electrocutions", cuts and bruises.

Mr Hebbron said there are currently access issues around Canungra and Mount Tamborine, warning people to stay off the roads if possible.





The Bureau of Meteorology's Steven Hadley said the winds were the most damaging part of yesterday's "supercell thunderstorm".





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Australian Shopping Centre Goes Underwater as Rain Bomb Strikes: 'Find Higher Ground'

Heavy rain caused floods in southeast Queensland. Morayfield Shopping Centre was inundated


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Heavy rain has lashed an already soaked southeast Queensland as ex-Tropical Cyclone Kirrily delivers more wet weather to the states northwest - flooding a major shopping centre.


Regions west of Brisbane recorded extraordinary rainfall of more than 300mm within a three-hour period early on Tuesday morning.

Homes have been flooded, entire towns cut off and dozens of schools were forced to close amid warnings up to 200mm of rain is yet to come.

'Heavy rainfall which may lead to flash flooding is forecast for areas of southeast Queensland north of about Dalby and Redcliffe, and east of Dalby, Gayndah to Bundaberg. Six-hourly rainfall totals between 80mm to 150mm are likely,' the BoM said.

Morayfield Shopping Centre, in Brisbane's north, was flooded on Tuesday morning, with the lower carpark evacuated due to the rising water.

A significant number of stores were forced to remain closed while many staff were unable to commute from areas affected by flooding.

Meanwhile, the main street of Laidley, a town an hour west of Brisbane, was completely submerged.

Warnings have been issued that the rest of the region may experience flooding as water levels continue to rise.

Mayor Tanya Milligan advised residents to anticipate flooding in homes and businesses, and warned the tiny town of Forest Hill was most vulnerable.

An evacuation centre will open on Tuesday at the Laidley State High School for those seeking shelter.

In Jandowae, a small rural town in the Western Downs with a population of just over 1000, residents have been warned to relocate to higher ground.

The town is currently cut off, with no accessible roads due to the surrounding floodwaters
Firefighters rescued 13 people as floodwaters rose in the Moreton Bay, Somerset, Lockyer Valley and Darling Downs regions.







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Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth Weather: Blistering Heatwave Scorches The Country

Millions of Aussies have been urged to stay out of heat as one state braces for a trifecta of wild weather including ANOTHER cyclone


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A blistering heatwave is about to hit the country with millions of Aussies being warned to seek shelter, while one state prepares for disastrous weather, including another cyclone.

Parts of the ACT, NSW, South Australia and Victoria are expected to reach 40C on Sunday. The same weather was experienced by Western Australians last week.


Queensland is facing a trifecta of wild weather, with severe flooding in the state's north-west, heatwave conditions in the south-east, and another tropical cyclone possibly forming in the Coral Sea - making it the third one of the season.

Parts of the ACT, NSW , South Australia and Victoria are expected to reach 40C maximum temperatures on Sunday

Sydney is expected to have temperatures rise, with its western suburbs, such as Parramatta and Penrith, to hit 39C.

Meanwhile, the temperature in Melbourne will reach 37C and people in Adelaide will feel a top of 36C.

And it's not just the capital cities feeling the heat, as the regions are set for soaring temperatures, with the conditions peaking on Sunday.

Renmark in South Australia’s east will be a whopping 44C, while Mildura in Victoria’s west will hit a maximum of 43C.

Temperatures are forecast to be lower on Monday for most of South Australia and Victoria, but western Sydney will not escape the heat with 39C temperatures.

Meanwhile, many people on the west coast have had some cool relief after the heatwave conditions of last week.

Perth will have a maximum of 27C on Sunday, however conditions will remain hot in the northern part of Western Australia.

In Queensland, a tropical low forming in the Coral Sea could develop into a cyclone next week.

Bureau of Meteorology senior meteorologist Felim Hanniffy told the Courier Mail by Wednesday the chance of the cyclone developing will increase by 10 per cent.

By Thursday and Friday, the chance is increased again to 'moderate'.

However, the trajectory and if it will make landfall is unknown, with some suggesting it could make a coastal crossing next weekend.

'The system during next week is expected to take on a more western track towards the Queensland coast, but there is still large uncertainty on whether we’ll see a land falling system,' Mr Hanniffy said.

Mr Haniffy believes some scenarios could mean a coastal crossing could happen later in the week or possibly over the weekend.










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Multiple Homes Lost in Victorian Bushfires

128,000 Victorians Remain Without Power

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Dozens of homes and a primary school have been destroyed as multiple fires burn across Victoria.



Five firefighters were injured as flames overwhelmed their truck while fighting a blaze near the Grampians National Park.

Two fires in the state's west remain at a watch and act level.

Residents are being told to leave immediately in Halls Gap, Bellfield, Lake Fyans, Dadswell Bridge and Pomonal.

Up to 30 homes are thought to have been lost in Pomonal.


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There are calls for Victorians affected by widespread power outages this week to receive emergency payments.

Around 128,000 properties remain off the grid following Tuesday's outage.

This means many homes have been forced to throw out hundreds of dollars’ worth of food.

Experts fear the cost to fix damaged transmission systems will be passed onto customers despite the cost-of-living crisis.

The market operator says it could take days or weeks for some homes and businesses to be reconnected









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Tropical Cyclone Lincoln Makes Landfall

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Australias' Third Tropical Cyclone of The Season Crossed The Northern Territory Coast on Friday.





The system crossed the coast as a category one storm as far as Borroloola.

The weather system brought with it heavy rainfall and damaging wind gusts.

Lincoln is forecast to decay rapidly.

But while the system was short lived, the consequent damaging winds are expected to be long lasting.





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Hundreds of Firefighters Battle Out-of-Control Blaze in Western Victoria. Residents Evacuate Bushfire in Victoria

Australian authorities urge hundreds to flee uncontained bushfire


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SYDNEY, Feb 24 (Reuters) - A bushfire in Australias' Victoria state raged out of control on Saturday, with authorities issuing a fresh evacuation alert at the highest danger rating for hundreds of residents in the state's west.





The emergency warning followed the downgrading on Saturday of another bushfire, sparked earlier this week, that has killed livestock, destroyed properties and forced more than 2,000 people to leave western towns and head to the city of Ballarat, 95 km (59 miles) west of state capital Melbourne.

The new blaze was threatening the rural town of Amphitheatre, population 223.

"Leaving immediately is the safest option, before conditions become too dangerous," Vic Emergency said on its website, adding that the fire was "not yet under control".

The Australian Broadcasting Corp reported on Saturday that three homes and several outbuildings had been destroyed this week in Victoria's bushfire emergency.

Around 1,000 firefighters supported by more than 50 aircraft have battled the fires since they started.

Australia is currently in the grips of an El Nino weather pattern, which is typically associated with extreme phenomena such as wildfires, cyclones and droughts.

The last two bushfire seasons in Australia have been subdued compared with the 2019-2020 "Black Summer" when bushfires destroyed an area the size of Turkey and killed 33 people and 3 billion animals.








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