Queensland Tropical Cyclone Track Map

Queensland tropical cyclone Track Map

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Kimi

Tropical Cyclone Kimi has weakened into a remnant tropical low off the north Queensland coast. The system is expected to remain slow-moving well off the coast through much of today, then begin tracking back towards the north-northwest from late this afternoon as a weak tropical low.

A coastal crossing as a tropical cyclone is no longer expected.

GALES are no longer expected about coastal and island areas.

HEAVY RAINFALL with the potential to produce flash flooding and major river flooding may still affect coastal areas between Innisfail and Bowen on Tuesday and Wednesday if the remnant low moves closer to the coast. A Flood Watch is current for this area; refer to that product for more detail.

Tides will be slightly higher than normal between Bowen and Lucinda, however the sea level is not expected to approach the highest tide of the year.

Issued Tuesday 05:48 EDT
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16:20 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Kimi has been downgraded to a tropical low and is no longer expected to cross the north Queensland coast but the system could reform in the coming week, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has warned.

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14:50 EDT

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