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Evacuations as cyclones head for Australia

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About 2,000 Australians were being moved inland Thursday from part of the northern coast ahead of a powerful cyclone expected to hit this weekend.

Evacuees were being moved by air and road from remote, mostly indigenous communities on the east coast of the Northern Territory, with most going to the provincial capital, Darwin.

Australia's Bureau of Meteorology said Cyclone Trevor, with sustained winds of 125 miles per hour (200 kph) and gusts of up to 160 mph (255 kph), was expected to bring heavy rainfall and a dangerous storm surge.

Full report at Phys Org: https://phys.org/news/2019-03-australia-people-powerful-cyclone-path.html#

The operator of Australia’s key iron ore exporting ports said it was clearing ships from the sites as a severe tropical cyclone heads towards the northwestern coast, while miners were also bracing for a separate cyclone in the northeast.

At Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-australia-ironore-idUSKCN1R20KI

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I flew out last night due to the one that is heading towards the WA coast.. most of the mines around the one I was at have been fully evacuated with just a skeleton staff remaining.. I was non essential staff..  

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