My little grand-daughter feeling the heat.
Tuesday, 8 February 2011
Thursday, 3 February 2011
Great graphic of Cyclone Yasi's path as it heads towards Mount Isa, tonight
as it passes over Mount Isa it will then continue across the state border
into the Northern Territory and then head towards Alice Springs
"Mining giant Xstrata is evacuating personnel from its operations at Mount Isa and Cloncurry in the face of Cyclone Yasi. Only a handful of essential personnel will remain on site for critical site monitoring activities after 4pm #TCYasi"
Weather bureau downgrades Cyclone Yasi
to a tropical low as it nears Mount Isa.
Wednesday, 2 February 2011
Jo Nova of joannenove.com.au reports >To give you some idea of just how expansive Yasi is, look at the size of it compared to the continental USA, and the UK just for scale.
Tuesday, 1 February 2011
Cyclone Yasi to on its way to Northern Queensland
Yasi will cross the coast Wednesday night and is expected to gain momentum and strength. It is currently a category two and predicted to be a category four on touchdown.
Looking at the WeatherChannel site you can watch the movement of the cyclone. To me it looks like a giant comet is about to crash onto the coast.