Cyclone Dahlia

Updated: 12/5/2017 2:58:27 AM
Tropical Depression Dahlia was weakening into a remnant low pressure area when the Global Precipitation Measurement mission core satellite or GPM analyzed the storm's precipitation. GPM found the center devoid of rainfall and light rainfall to the east of center.
Source: DORRIS

Published Friday, December 1, 2017

Cyclone Dahlia follows the devastation of tropical Cyclone Cempaka which caused landslides and flooding, killing at least 27 people.
At the time Indonesian officials warned the cyclone was pulling hazardous ash erupting from Mt Agung volcano.

The potential for heavy rain and strong winds will occur from the west coast of Bengkulu to Lampung, south Banten, Jakarta and south west Java.
People are encouraged to increase their vigilance against extreme weather. Heavy rain, high winds and high waves have the potential to occur.

During Friday Tropical Cyclone Dahlia will move further east away from Christmas Island.
A statement from the bureau in Western Australia said: “Tropical Cyclone Dahlia was located at 345 km east northeast of Christmas Island and moving east southeast at 22 kilometres per hour.
No cyclone warning has been issued for Australia and its territories.
Source: DORRIS

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Cyclone Dahlia at DORRIS - Emergency Management Communication System

Cyclone Dahlia Facts

Power: 2
Affected Area: 300 km.
Alert Level: Yellow
Category: Met
Response: Monitor
Severity: Severe
Urgency: Expected
Certainty: Observed

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