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TCWCs Brisbane Darwin Perth Activity Report Bureau of Meteorology
Cyclone Categories Cat 1 - Wind Gusts km/h - MINIMAL damage Cat 2 - Gusts km/h - MODERATE damage Cat 3 - Gusts km/h - MAJOR damage Cat 4 - Gusts km/h - DEVASTATING Cat 5 - Gusts 280+ km/h - EXTREME event
No significant impact since cyclone AIVU in 1989
Severe Tropical Cyclones Queensland Region JOY BETSY DAMAN ESAU FRAN POLLY REWA THEODORE VIOLET WARREN AGNES BARRY CELESTE DRENA JUSTIN KATRINA RONA ABIGAIL CLAUDIA
500 hPa Geopotential Height Anomalies Known Active TC Seasons 2000 to to to 2002
Cyclones in the Cairns area since 1990 JOY - December 1990 – Cat 4 JUSTIN - March 1997 – Cat 2 RONA - February 1999 – Cat 3 STEVE - February 2000 – Cat 2 ABIGAIL – February 2001 – Cat 1
Cyclone STEVE Feb 2000 Radar Image at time of Highest Wind Gust at CAIRNS Airport 143 km/h (77 knots) Cairns
Cyclone STEVE Feb 2000 Radar Image at time of Highest Wind Gust at CAIRNS Airport 143 km/h (77 knots)
100 million hits per month
ABIGAIL 2D Radar 3D Radar Satellite IR Image
3D radar image of severe cyclone ABIGAIL 2001
12 hours from landfall – the forecast position is accurate to about 100km
Tropical Cyclone Threat Map issued with every Watch and Warning
A really BIG cyclonic impact …
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