Active Cyclone Iggy is on the decline

Cyclone Iggy activity is slowing Natural Disasters

Tropical Cyclone Iggy surrounded the western coast of Australia, giving signs of activity are January 21, 2012. By January 24 a low pressure area was placed in 720 km north-west of Eksmuza and continued to move in a westerly direction at a speed of 23 km / h, having hurt a thousand homes and injure 51 people in Indonesia. Seven people were declared dead.

January 26 morning system began to gain momentum, coming to the shores of the Pilbara, Australia. January 27 increased wind speed, and Iggy got a second category of danger. Two days later, the power of the cyclone decreased to the first category on the coast no injuries.

Fig. 1. Track Cyclone Iggy.

By 31 January the wind speed inside the cyclone was 120 km / h Active system moving along the coast north of Perth, continues to decline. When Iggy reaches the area of the ocean with cold water (24 ° C), it would weaken him and provoke rainfall on the coast. Iggy march will be peaceful and will not bring harm, according meteorologists.

Fig. 2. Satellite image of Tropical Cyclone Iggy. January 30, 2012. The photo is clearly visible on the Pilbara coast of Western Australia.

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