sábado, 29 de janeiro de 2011

Ciclone à vista!

Pessoal, a previsão é que passe um ciclone por aqui no Domingo. Hoje fomos à praia e na volta presenciamos uns movimentos de nuvens bem esquisitos e uma chuva forte que não durou nem 1 minuto.

Coloquei a notícia do ciclone ábaixo. Amanhã eu conto...


Forecasters have issued a cyclone watch for the South West coast of W-A, including Perth, Bunbury and Busselton.
The cyclone passed Exmouth overnight bringing strong winds but no reports of damage.
The bureau's regional director Mike Bergin says although Bianca is expected to weaken to a category one system overnight, there will likely be very wild weather on Sunday.
"Damaging wind gusts to 120 kilometres an hour so that will see severe to extreme fire danger, with the northerly winds," he said.
"We'll be seeing very rough seas, increasing swells significant wave heights probably up towards 4 metres. We'll probably see beach erosion as well."
The bureau has also warned that low-lying coastal areas may be flooded.
But the weather bureau says Bianca is not expected to be as bad as Cyclone Alby which hit Perth in 1978.
Alby claimed 5 lives and caused widespread damage in the Perth metropolitan area.
Mr Bergin says people should not be too concerned.
"This we don't expect is going to be like an Alby," he said.
"We don't think it's going to have the same sort of impact that Alby had."
Earlier today a red alert was lifted for Exmouth and Coral Bay as the cyclone headed away from the coast.
Bianca is expected to weaken overnight before heading towards the coast on Saturday, making landfall just North of Bunbury.

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