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    Tropical Cyclone Ita Update for Northeastern Australia on Friday April 11, 2014

     
    Tropical Cyclone Ita it is getting Stronger and it will bring winds over 180 km/h and it will bring over 100 mm of rain in North Queensland Australia and the Tropical Cyclone is expected to get stronger and it will hit Northeastern Australia and it will bring Damaging Winds and A lot of Rain and it will Reach Category 3 or Even Category 4 Tropical Cyclone and it will bring Very Strong Winds Especially on the Coast of Northeastern Australia on Friday and the Trees will be Snapped in Half and Power Lines will be down during the Storm and People in Northeastern Australia Be Prepared have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready and Don't Open up your Umbrella or your Umbrella will be Broken and Make sure to Have your Flashlights, Candles, Crank Up Radio and Extra Batteries Ready and it will bring Flash Flooding and Mud Slides and the Big Waves will be Crashing on to Shores of North Queensland Australia and Stay Away from the Beaches and Don't Go Near the Shore and if you have anybody living in North Queensland and Northeastern Australia You need to be Prepared for the Tropical Cyclone Ita and it will bring Damaging Winds too with Ton of Rain.

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