• RE: Cat.5 TC Niran approaching New Caledonia

    Watching it develop is mesmerizing. Please stay safe.❤️❤️

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  • Cyclone Niran

    During February 25, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) began to monitor a developing tropical low off the coast of northern Queensland.[148] The low began to strengthen while remaining offshore the state, within an area favorable for tropical cyclogenesis.[149] On March 1, the tropical low was upgraded into a tropical cyclone by the BOM, and was provided the name .[150] Later that same day, the strengthening cyclone reached Category 2 status on the Australian scale.[151] Niran soon began to pull away from the coast of Australia while intensifying, reaching Category 3 status on the Australian scale, late on March 3.[152] and then reaching Category 4 status on the Australian scale late on March 4[153] and category 5 on March 5.[154]

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  • Cyclone Niran is now a Category 5 near New Caledonia.

    As of 12:00 UTC on 5 March, Severe Tropical Cyclone Niran is located within 20 nautical miles of 18.7°S 159.1°E, Maximum 10-minute sustained winds are at 110 knots (205 km/h; 125 mph), while maximum one-minute sustained winds are at 140 knots (260 km/h; 160 mph), The minimum central barometric pressure is 931 hPa (27.49 inHg). Niran is currently moving towards the east southeast at a speed of 46 km/h (25 kn; 30 mph).

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  • Cyclone Niran is now a Category 5 near New Caledonia.

    As of 12:00 UTC on 5 March, Severe Tropical Cyclone Niran is located within 20 nautical miles of 18.7°S 159.1°E, Maximum 10-minute sustained winds are at 110 knots (205 km/h; 125 mph), while maximum one-minute sustained winds are at 140 knots (260 km/h; 160 mph), The minimum central barometric pressure is 931 hPa (27.49 inHg). Niran is currently moving towards the east southeast at a speed of 46 km/h (25 kn; 30 mph).

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  • Cyclone Niran is now a Category 4 Cyclone.

    The southern hemisphere is a hub of cyclone activity today, with Cyclone Niran now a Category 4 as it heads towards New Caledonia this evening. The storm is expected to make landfall there with hurricane force winds tomorrow before heading out over open waters to the east. This comes off the back of tsunami concerns after this morning's enornmous 8.1 magnitude earthquake off the coast of New Zealand.

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  • Severe Tropical Cyclone Niran is now a Category 3.

    As of 12:00 UTC (10:00 AEST) on 4 March, Severe Tropical Cyclone Niran is located within 20 nautical miles of 15.4°S 150.6°E, or about 120 km (75 mi) north-north-east of Willis and 545 km (339 mi) east-north-east of Cairns. Maximum 10-minute sustained winds are at 80 knots (150 km/h; 90 mph), while maximum one-minute sustained winds are at 80 knots (150 km/h; 90 mph), with gusts up to 120 knots (220 km/h; 140 mph). The minimum central barometric pressure is 961 hPa (28.38 inHg). Niran is currently moving towards the east at a speed of 19 km/h (10 kn; 10 mph).

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  • RE: Severe Super Cyclone Marian

    @gkikas-lgpz It was a day ago, things can change. Also i knew about that tool. Sorry if i made you angry.

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  • RE: Cyclone Niran

    Hello, I noticed you followed me on Windy, and i don't know why. But I love your YouTube channel.

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