Western Isles Weather presents talking tropics 22nd January 2022

Hello and welcome to a blog where I talk about my passion for tropical weather which includes hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons from any basin in the world. Please note that this blog should not be used for the latest information on tropical cyclones around the world and the latest warnings and information should be obtained from your regional tropical experts.

This blog will feature tweets, youtube videos, Facebook updates and anything else of interest I can find about tropical weather. Giving you a lowdown as to what is occurring across the globe.

South West Indian Ocean

Tonight takes us to the South West Indian Ocean to a developing system moving over Madagascar.

Another view
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From BBC Weather

On this day in 22 Janaury 2013 Cylone Oswald was moving across Australia dumping significant amounts of rainfall

Oswald Jan 21 2013 0425Z.jpg
NASA, MODIS/ LANCE – http://lance-modis.eosdis.nasa.gov/wms/?zoom=3&lat=-22.54687&lon=146.0625&layers=000B0FFFFT&datum1=01/21/2013

From Wiki –

Rainfall was initially the heaviest around Tully where approximately 1,000 mm (39 in) of rain fell, with 632 mm (24.9 in) falling over 48 hours. The town of Ingham was completely cut off due to high waters. Residents in the town were advised to stock up on emergency supplies as the Herbert River rose rapidly after 200 mm (7.9 in) of rain fell in the town in just three hours. A brief tornado or waterspout with winds of 140 km/h (87 mph) touched down near Hay Point.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyclone_Oswald

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