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What Cyclone Magda Looked Like

Posted by feww on January 23, 2010

Tropical Cyclone Magda Making Landfall


Tropical Cyclone Magda made landfall at 01:35UTC on January 22 in northern West Australia. Image captured by MODIS on NASA’s Terra satellite. Magda was expected to dissipate quickly over land this weekend. Credit NASA.

Meanwhile, Tropical Cyclone OLGA, forecast to be near 16.1S 147.6E, moving  at 24 km/h (13 knots),  270 degrees, continued to strengthen gradually.

  • Max sustained winds forecast at 12:00UTC
    on 23 January: 93 km/h
  • Gusts: 120 km/h

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