This cyclone has harassed the far north once already, wobbled out in the Pacific like a drunken cyclist as a tropical low, has gained strength again and is now making a bee-line for Cape Flattery.
As seen, it also looks like doing the same stunt headed for Gove once it’s finished touching up far north Queensland. Whoever up there is doing this rain dancing, you can stop now, it’s seriously pissing off the weather gods.
National and IARU REGION III Emergency Frequencies (Please keep clear and listen for emergency traffic)
- 3.600MHz LSB (IARU III+WICEN)
- 7.075MHz LSB (WICEN)
- 7.110MHz LSB (IARU III)
- 14.125MHz USB (WICEN)
- 14.300MHz USB (IARU III)
- 14.183MHz USB: NOT an emergency frequency, but Queensland State WICEN hold a net on this frequency every Sunday morning at around 08:00+10:00 (22:00Z Saturday).
- 21.190MHz USB (WICEN)
- 21.360MHz USB (IARU III)
- 28.450MHz USB (WICEN)
I’ll be keeping an ear out on 14.125MHz in the mornings.
Update 20 March 4:31am: It has made landfall between Cape Melville and Cape Flattery as a category 4 cyclone.