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Offline crikey  
#61 Posted : Sunday, 28 February 2021 4:47:02 PM(UTC)
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7news in Vic touting a TC off the far Nth Qld coast by Tuesday. ACCESS g agrees. The picture below is Wednesday forecast. Showing west quadrant of TC on land, so intense rain and wind between 15 to 18 s latitude coast. ( Nth of cairns to Nth of Airlie beach) Please check BOM tracking and warnings regularly
ACCESS has fast intensification as the week progresses. The TC slides down the coast just off shore keeping the most dangerous closed isobars off the coast. Only a a small shift inland and there would be serious severe weather. By Friday Saturday the TC sits just off the mid coast at 25 deg latitude. Red alert for tracking.

http://www.bom.gov.au/au...harts/viewer/index.shtml

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monkeybusiness on 28/02/2021(UTC)
Offline @_yassified_shak  
#62 Posted : Sunday, 28 February 2021 5:09:32 PM(UTC)
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EC has the system close to the coast, then sliding off to the sth east later in the week

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crikey on 28/02/2021(UTC), monkeybusiness on 28/02/2021(UTC), 28degrees on 2/03/2021(UTC)
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