Weather Warnings - Tropical Cyclone Bulletin No.1

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland Region
Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre

TROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION BULLETIN
For 10:52 am EST on Saturday 23 February 2019
At 10 am AEST Saturday, Ex-Tropical Cyclone Oma with central pressure 980 hPa
was located
over the Coral sea
near latitude 28.3 south longitude 161.2 east, which is about 415 km north
northeast of Lord Howe Island and 810 km east of Brisbane.

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Oma is moving southeast at 16 kilometres per hour.
Dangerous surf conditions are expected along the southern Queensland and far
northern New South Wales coasts and also about Lord Howe Island over the
weekend and into early next week. Beach erosion is likely to continue with the
hazardous marine conditions.

Water levels on the high tide are likely to continue to exceed the highest tide
of the year about the southeast Queensland and far northern New South Wales
coasts and also about Lord Howe Island over the coming days.

Gale force winds, with gusts greater than 90 km/h, are likely about Lord Howe
Island, and are possible about exposed coastal parts of southeast Queensland
and far northern New South Wales today.

Severe Weather Warnings are current. A Hazardous Surf Warning is also current.
Please refer to the latest Severe Weather Warnings for Queensland and New South
Wales: http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings/index.shtml.

No further Tropical Cyclone Information Bulletins will be issued.
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