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Cyclone Yasi update

February 2nd, 2011 at 10:35 pm

Well Cyclone Yasi was a category 5 over 285km per hour. It didnít come in on largely populated area so where it did impact it did a lot of property damage as they move a lot of people because as most of the small town along the coast are at sea level and storm surges of up to 5m high above high tide but some areas that were largely populated areas are lost power and now have only one day supply of water and over 180,000 with out power in the areas. Now this Cyclone Yasi is heading for Mt Isa and Alice Spring in next day or so. But it should be a tropical low by the time it gets to Alice Spring with over 100mm of rain. It heavy rain depression and flash flooding is next.

I think it could take many years to get Queensland back on it feet in the long term. As for tourist as Cairn, Port Douglas above should ok as these areas didnít to much damages and Airlie Beach area should come back up and running quickly. As for the Gold Coast never got any flooding or cyclone damage is open for business, I will keep you posted on travelling in Queensland.

Text is Tully emerging as hardest hit by Yasi and Link is http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/yasi/8205143/it-is-just-a-scene-of-mass-devastation
Tully emerging as hardest hit by Yasi

Text is Cycolne Yashi Slideshow and Link is http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8205143/slideshowajax/144809/queensland-prepares-for-cyclone-yasi.slideshow
Cycolne Yashi Slideshow

2 Responses to “Cyclone Yasi update ”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Glad you made it through!

  2. miclason Says:

    I second that!

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