The northern parts of Australia are sparsely populated, but there are still thousands of people in Western Australia and the Northern Territory which has now been evacuated in the face no less than two simultaneous tropical cyclones.
to a category 4 cyclone before it on Saturday morning local time (in the night of Saturday, Swedish time), reached the country just to the east of Pellewöarna in the Northern Territory.
the Category 4 means an average wind speed of 48 metres per second. Shock at 69 meters per second have been measured.
People in the neighborhood in the first place, taken to the regional main-towns of Darwin and Katherine, who are between 50 and 80 miles from ovädrets central parts.
Trevor moves in over the land and lose at the same time energy. But the cyclone is unusually at – it covers an area as large as the north of sweden – and is believed to be able to give away large amounts of rain in a wide area over several days.
– the Size of this vädersystemet is a declaration that we began to evacuate people as early as this week, says resistance, deception and compromise Wurst, director of emergency services in the region, to the Katherine Times.
the night to Sunday (Saturday evening Swedish time) or early on Sunday with nearly as strong winds as in Trevor.
the Inhabitants of the town of the Pilbara has been evacuated after having barricaded their houses, behind the sandbags.
" We have to do with a trippelsmäll, said the meteorologist Joe Courtney in Perth to the Sydney Morning Herald on Thursday.
He was referring to Veronica, threaten to cause up to four metres high storm surge at the coast, last long and provide large amounts of rain, with the accompanying flood risk assessment.
Veronica threatens to turn to at the same time, with an unusually high tide.
in Particular, the town of Port Hedland with 4,000 inhabitants are at risk of flooding.