Tropical Cyclone "Trevor" to make landfall over Queensland, Australia | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Tropical Cyclone "Trevor" to make landfall over Queensland, Australia

Tropical Cyclone "Trevor" formed March 18, 2019, in the Coral Sea and is now a Category 1 system on the Australian tropical cyclone intensity scale. Forecast models take Trevor over Queensland as Category 3 system on March 19 and 20. At the same time, another powerful system might form near the coast of Western Australia and make landfall early next week.

Trevor is expected to move WSW today while strengthening and make landfall near Lockhart River, Queensland late Tuesday local time as a Category 2 system.

The system will then continue moving WSW into the Gulf of Carpentaria over the next couple of days.

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