Experts warning Cyclone Oma is already “double the size of Debbie” — one of the most dangerous cyclones to ever form in Australia.
Tropical Cyclone Oma is likely to bring fierce winds, giant waves and flooding to southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales this weekend.
Severe Tropical Cyclone Oma has made a sudden change in direction and is now bearing down on Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
THE category 3 Cyclone Oma is powering up and bearing down on Queensland and NSW, and it’s already having a dramatic effect on the coast.
The Border Post spoke to a meteorologist to find out what this happens during bushfires
The Bureau of Meteorology (the BOM) plays a vital role in the protection of life and property during extreme and natural disaster events.
Queensland’s southeast is already feeling the effects of a cyclone bearing down northeast of Australia.
In the words of Van Morrison, it will be “a marvellous night for a moondance” with the closest supermoon of the year taking place this week.
SATELLITE imagery shows how an unremarkable river in north Queensland has suddenly swelled into a “mega river”.
“Large and dangerous” fires in northern New South Wales are only getting worse, the authorities have warned, with conditions worsening.