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    http://www.goldcoast.com.au/article/...king-news.html

    Cyclone Yasi winds hits 295km/h

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    Here's a website with a video that has a woman explaining the seriousness of this cyclone.

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/n...-1225997552623

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    That poor country, it has had to deal with so much this year. The flooding that they had to endure was awful. I haven't seen any new information about how that is going. So many died or were missing.

    Let's remember to pray for the people who may be in harms way over there.

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    pacific cyclones have reached wind speeds of almost 200 miles an hour

    msnbc says winds greater than 175 mph and up to three feet of rain
    Last edited by lewisb; 02-01-2011, 07:04 PM.

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    Australia coast expecting 'most severe' cyclone on record/Cat 5

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41363738/ns/weather/

    CAIRNS, Australia — A powerful cyclone bearing down on Australia was upgraded to a maximum-strength Category 5 storm, with the likelihood of serious damage and risk to life.

    "This is the most severe, most catastrophic storm that has ever hit our coast," Anna Bligh, premier of Queensland State, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. "We've seen a number of worst case scenarios come together."

    "This impact is likely to be more life threatening than any experienced during recent generations," Queensland disaster officials added in an updated warning.

    Yasi is expected to make landfall overnight on the Queensland coast between Cairns and Innisfail.
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