Thursday, 30 March 2017 16:29

NASA images reveal true size of Cyclone Debbie from space


Images from the international space station show the view from the heavens, revealing the superstorm as it approaches the Townsville and Ayr areas.

NASA's Earth Observatory released this image at about 6am on Tuesday. Photo: NASA

It was upgraded to a category 4 cyclone on Monday night.

The eye of the cyclone passed over the Whitsunday Islands on Tuesday morning with wind gusts on Hamilton Island reaching 222km/h.

Premier Palaszczuk said Queensland’s worst cyclone in six years is expected to make landfall near Bowen about 12.50pm today (local time).

Those in Debbie’s path have been told to stay put, stay calm and wait for the all-clear.

Get ready for Debbie: Queenslanders have been warned to stay put as the eye of the storm is about to hit the north coast. Photo: BOM

People have been urged to remain in secure shelters - above the expected water level - while the very destructive winds continue.

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Emergency services won't be able to respond till the all-clear has been given.

Source : au.news.yahoo.com

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