Please note: These maps are only here as a living record of passing cyclones from the viewpoint of an ordinary FNQer. The info presented is out of date as soon as it is posted. If you want the latest information you should always check the BoM Cyclone page.
I guess it’s that time of year. This should be called Tropical Cyclone Gillian, assuming it develops into one. More info when available.
Edit: The tropical low in the Gulf of Carpentaria has developed into a full tropical cyclone first and has been named Tropical Cyclone Gillian. Assuming the low in the Coral Sea becomes a TC then it will be called Tropical Cyclone Hadi.
Just another summer’s day in Far North Queensland.
We had the first storm of the wet season last night – two weeks early – and the shade sail at the renter decided to let go of one corner this morning. I can’t see this lasting long in a real blow.
A 6m x 6m sail blowing around in a strong wind isn’t the safest thing to be around.
Now that the dry season is here we are able to see a bit more sun and consequently some sunsets: