Queensland Tropical Cyclone Track Map

Queensland tropical cyclone Track Map

Tropical Cyclone Oma

At 4pm AEST, Tropical Cyclone Oma was a category 2 system, about 820km northeast of Brisbane and moving south-southwest at 13km/h.

TC Oma is expected to continue moving in a general south-southwesterly direction for the next few days, bringing it closer to the southeast Queensland coast by Saturday 23rd.

A Tropical Cyclone Watch has been issued for Bundaberg in Queensland to Ballina in northern New South Wales, including Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.

Abnormally high tides and dangerous surf conditions are expected along the southeast Queensland and northern NSW coasts in the next few days. A Severe Weather Warning and Hazardous Surf Warning are current.

The next update is due around 5am AEST.

Issued Thursday 18:40 AEDT

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