Australian cyclone Lua dissipated, and a new cyclone formed Natural Disasters
Tropical cyclone Lua reached the shores of Port Hedland, Western Australia, bringing with it heavy rains and destructive hurricane wind. March 17, 2012 Lua cleared, and a new tropical cyclone began to gain momentum. Warning of an impending cyclone was announced in Queensland.
Lua walked with rain and hurricane-force winds on a relatively sparsely populated area (although most Western Australians live in the south, where the cyclone hit.) Floods occur throughout the state, even in places where you would normally arid, desert like Gibson and Great Sandy Desert. Even if the cyclone weakens, the Gascoyne region remains a blue state of anxiety.
Lua track on 16-18 March 2012.
The new system began to form in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Characterizing low position in the warm water, the system is slowly increasing. The only inhibiting factor is the surrounding cyclone coast. While the system does not have a name, but is likely to be named in the coming days. Presumably March 19, 2012 storm will develop speed to 185 kilometers per hour. Even if the system does not turn into a cyclone, it will make damage in the region, hitting long torrential rains to Queensland. The threat of flooding will exist until the end of the week from 19 to 25 March 2012.
Formation of a new tropical cyclone.