A tropical cyclone formed over the southern Indian Ocean this week and is heading towards a coast Western AustraliaWhere he will do his work Lanfal tomorrow Friday. It is currently located at coordinates 14.8S 112.3E, and lies about 800 km northwest of the coasts of the Pilbara region (Western Australia). The equatorial system continues its path in the southeast direction, moving at 22 km / h (12 knots) with winds up to 90 km / h.
It intensifies gradually compared to the previous 24 hours and on Friday it will reach its maximum strength Winds of up to 100 km / h, When its impact on the Pilbara coast is expected, a few kilometers south of Port Headland. On the affected area of the landing For several days there were phenomena of instability with showers and thunderstorms, even violent Which from the sea reaches the mainland. Within the next 24 hours the situation will only worsen and phenomena of perceived instability will be accompanied by sensitive wind reinforcements.