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ermuleto

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Comienza la "fiesta" en Australia, tenemos un nuevo Ciclón Tropical que ha sido bautizado con el nombre de MÓNICA. Está localizado al Noreste del país de los koalas.


45 kts - 991 mb





Según el mapa de trayectoria (NRL Naval Hurricanes) golpearía tierra.
« Última modificación: Abril 24, 2006, 23:11:11 pm por Ermuleto »

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #1 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:02:26 pm »
(Tormenta Tropical- Escala Saffir) Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA (Categoría 1- Escala australiana)



TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 3
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane
Issued at 10:39pm on Monday the 17th of April 2006

A Cyclone WATCH is now current for coastal and island communities between Torres
Strait and Cooktown, and elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun.

At 10pm EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 1(Escala australiana), was centred near latitude
12.6 south longitude 149.4 east, which is 550 km kilometres northeast of
Cooktown and 640 km east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west-southwest
at about 10 km/h.


Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify and adopt a general westward
track over the next 24 to 48 hours. It is expected to cross the northern Cape
Yorke Peninsula coast Wednesday morning and continue to move westward into the
Gulf of Carpentaria.

People in coastal and island communities between Torres Strait and Cooktown, and
elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun, should consider what action
they will need to take if the cyclone threat increases and listen to the next
advice at 5am EST Tuesday. If you are unsure about actions to be taken,
information is available from your local government or local State Emergency
Service.

The next Tropical Cyclone Advice will be issued by 5am EST Tuesday.







ermuleto

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #2 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:03:23 pm »
Fijaros en el mapa del modelo de trayectoria. Si es cierto que golpea tierra por ahí, estará breve tiempo en tierra y se adentrará en el golfo que hay al norte de Australia. Mal asunto porque volvería a ganar fuerza y volvería a golpear zonas del norte de Australia. :o


Esperemos que se dirija más al sur y así de esta manera, sus daños serán menores.

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #3 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:06:30 pm »
Mmmm, habra que estar atentos a este bichillo... ::)
Y morirme contigo si te matas,
y matarme contigo si te mueres...
Porque el amor cuando no muere mata,
porque amores que matan nunca mueren...

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #4 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:07:29 pm »
Se te echaba de menos, Ermuleto :)

Vaya cómo tienen el tema esta temporada por Australia :-X :-X :-X

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #5 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:12:59 pm »
Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA (Tormenta Tropical)


55 kts y 984 mb




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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #6 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:14:05 pm »
Se te echaba de menos, Ermuleto :)

Vaya cómo tienen el tema esta temporada por Australia :-X :-X :-X

Y yo echaba de menos postear aqui, pero es que tenía problemas para logearme. Gracias a Dios y al Administrador de Cazatormentas, ya se ha solucionado todo.  ;D

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #7 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:38:46 pm »
Me alegro pues O0

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Re: Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA
« Respuesta #8 en: Abril 17, 2006, 20:52:04 pm »
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TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 4
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane
Issued at 4:40am on Tuesday the 18th of April 2006

A Cyclone warning has been declared for coastal and island communities between
Torres Strait and Cape Flattery. A Cyclone watch extends south to Cooktown, and
elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun.

At 4am EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2 (Escala australiana), was centred near latitude
12.6 south longitude 148.5 east, which is 475 km kilometres northeast of
Cooktown and 540 km east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west at about
15 km/h.


Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify and keep a general westward
track over the next 24 to 48 hours. It is expected to cross the northern Cape
York Peninsula coast Wednesday morning as a Category three Tropical Cyclone with
gusts up to 170 km/hr. Monica should then continue to move westward into the
Gulf of Carpentaria.


Details of Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2, for 4am EST Tuesday.
Central Pressure   : 985 Hectopascals
Location of Centre : within 40 kilometres of
                     latitude 12.6 degrees south
                     longitude 148.5 degrees east
                     540 km east of Lockhart River.
Recent Movement    : West at 15 kilometres per hour
Destructive winds  : out to 40 kilometres from the centre
Maximum wind gusts : 130 kilometres per hour.


People in coastal and island communities between Torres Strait and Cape Flattery
should commence or continue preparations especially attempting to secure boats
and property. People in the watch area should consider what action they will
need to take if the cyclone threat increases and listen to the next advice at
8am EST Tuesday. If you are unsure about actions to be taken, information is
available from your local Police or State Emergency Service personnel. 

The next warning will be issued at 8 am EST Tuesday.

This warning is also available through TV and Radio Broadcasts; the Bureau's
website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 212.  The Bureau and the State
Emergency Service would appreciate this warning being broadcast regularly.


Nuestra amiga MÓNICA empieza a coger carrerilla y está aumentando su poderío. Atención a las próximas horas, porque su evolución puede ser muy parecida a la de LARRY (espectacular)


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TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 5
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane
Issued at 7:34am on Tuesday the 18th of April 2006

A Cyclone warning is current for coastal and island communities between Torres
Strait and Cape Flattery. A Cyclone watch extends south to Cooktown, and
elsewhere on Cape York Peninsula north of Aurukun.

At 7 am EST, Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2, was centred near latitude
12.8 south longitude 148.4 east, which is 450 km kilometres northeast of
Cooktown and 530 km east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west-southwest
at about 12 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify further and continue moving on
a general westward track over the next 24 to 48 hours. Damaging winds are
possible between Torres Strait and Cape Flattery from early Wednesday. The VERY
DESTRUCTIVE
core of Monica with wind gusts up to 170 km/hr is expected to be
near the coast between Cape Grenville and Cape Melville on Wednesday morning. 

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to continue moving west and cross the
northern Cape York Peninsula on Wednesday evening and move into the Gulf of
Carpentaria overnight on Wednesday.

Details of Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 2 (escala australiana), for 7 am EST Tuesday.
Central Pressure   : 985 Hectopascals
Location of Centre : within 40 kilometres of
                     latitude 12.8 degrees south
                     longitude 148.4 degrees east
                     530 km east of Lockhart River.
Recent Movement    : West-southwest at 12 kilometres per hour
Destructive winds  : out to 40 kilometres from the centre
Maximum wind gusts : 130 kilometres per hour, andINTENSIFYING.


People in coastal and island communities between Torres Strait and Cape Flattery
should commence or continue preparations especially attempting to secure boats
and property. People in the watch area should consider what action they will
need to take if the cyclone threat increases and listen to the next advice at
11am EST Tuesday. If you are unsure about actions to be taken, information is
available from your local Police or State Emergency Service personnel. 

The next warning will be issued at 11 am EST Tuesday.

This warning is also available through TV and Radio Broadcasts; the Bureau's
website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 212.  The Bureau and the State
Emergency Service would appreciate this warning being broadcast regularly.


Atentos a este Ciclón Tropical, creo que va a dar mucho que hablar.

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Curioso, no sabía que los australianos usaban su propia escala para medir la intensidad de los huracanes :o

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TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVICE NUMBER 10
Issued by the Bureau of Meteorology, Brisbane
Issued at 10:58pm on Tuesday the 18th of April 2006

A CYCLONE WARNING is current for coastal and island communities between Torres
Strait and Cape Flattery, extending across Cape York Peninsula to all areas
north of Pormpuraaw.


A CYCLONE WATCH is current south to a line from Cooktown on the east coast to
Kowanyama on the west coast. A CYCLONE WATCH has also been issued for Northern
Territory coastal and island communities between Groote Eylandt and Elcho Island
including Nhulunbuy.

At 10 pm EST, Severe Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 3 (escala australiana), was centred near
latitude
13.0 south longitude 145.6 east, which is 280 kilometres north of Cooktown and
230 kilometres east of Lockhart River. The cyclone is moving west at about
18 km/h.

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to intensify further overnight and continue
moving on a general westward track. DESTRUCTIVE WINDS with gusts above 130 km/h
may develop between Cape Melville and Cape Flattery including Lizard Island
tonight, and should extend onto the coast between Torres Strait and Cape
Melville from early Wednesday morning.
 
The VERY DESTRUCTIVE core of Monica with wind gusts up to 220 km/hr is expected
to cross the coast in the general area of Lockhart River late Wednesday morning.
 

Tropical Cyclone Monica is expected to continue moving westwards across Cape
York Peninsula later Wednesday and into the Gulf of Carpentaria early on
Thursday. Gales may develop about the Northern Territory coast between Groote
Eylandt and Elcho Island, including Nhulunbuy, late Thursday night.

Details of Severe Tropical Cyclone Monica, Category 3, for 10 pm EST Tuesday.
Central Pressure   : 970 Hectopascals
Location of Centre : within 40 kilometres of
                     latitude 13.0 degrees south
                     longitude 145.6 degrees east
                     230 km east of Lockhart River.
Recent Movement    : West at 18 kilometres per hour
Destructive winds  : out to 75 kilometres from the centre
Maximum wind gusts : 180 kilometres per hour, and INTENSIFYING.


People in communities in Torres Strait and over Cape York Peninsula north of a
line from Pormpuraaw to Cape Flattery should complete preparations quickly and
be prepared to shelter in a safe place.



Coastal residents between Cape Grenville and Cape Melville are specifically
warned of the dangerous storm tide as the cyclone crosses the coast. The sea is
likely to rise steadily up to a level significantly above the normal tide, with
damaging waves and flooding of some low-lying areas extending some way inland.
People living in areas likely to be affected by this flooding should take
measures to protect their property as much as possible and be prepared to follow
instructions regarding evacuation of the area if advised to do so by the
authorities.

People in the watch area should consider what action they will need to take if
the cyclone threat increases and listen to the next advice at 2 am EST
Wednesday
(se recomienda a la ciudadania que esten atentos al siguiente boletín). If you are unsure about actions to be taken, information is available
from your local Police or State Emergency Service personnel. 

The next warning will be issued at 2 am EST Wednesday.

This warning is also available through TV and Radio Broadcasts; the Bureau's
website at www.bom.gov.au or call 1300 659 212.  The Bureau and the State
Emergency Service would appreciate this warning being broadcast regularly.







Curioso, no sabía que los australianos usaban su propia escala para medir la intensidad de los huracanes :o

Si Gale, los aussies son muy chulos y tienen su propia escala.  ;)

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Mónica, a punto de golpear tierra. Esta vez no me lo pierdo, usualmente siempre me pillan dormido los golpeos de estos Ciclones en tierra.

Atentos que después de golpear tierra, volverá a adentrarse en el Océano con categoría 2 (escala australiana)

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Ciclón Tropical MÓNICA (Huracán Categoría 1)


70 kts y 972 mb







Según los pronosticos, cuando golpee tierra perderá fuerza de 3 a 2 (escala australiana), pero cuando se adentre de nuevo en tierra, volverá a fortalecerse.

 



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