www.reefari.com Cyclone Yasi is coming to North Queensland with a rating of 3 at present but building into a Category 4, she's one massive system some 700 kilometres across, now that's massive, so decided to do a running report on it's effect on Mackay, we're on the outer edge of it, and hopefully should come out OK, but Cairns is right in it's path, and that's where I'd rather not be. Fingers crossed for Cairns and all other northern towns and cities. Looks like will cross Wednesday night which is good news at it's co-incides with the smallest of the high tides. Plus add in the storm surge of an expected 1 metre will result in more flooding. Please see reports below and helpful information if you're affected. The web is great and check BOM (bureau of Meterology) websites with all the latest forecasts, will Update again with further video on Mackay, Please subscribe for more great fishing tips, and Cyclone Yasi updates Cheers Greg Check out our website for more great fishing charters from Mackay at www.reefari.com North Queensland from Mackay to Cape York, is facing a 'potentially very deadly event', according to Premier Anna Bligh, but emergency services say they are ready for Cyclone Yasi. Forecasters say communities between Cooktown and Townsville are most at risk of a direct hit from Yasi, expected to cross the coast very late on Wednesday as a severe category four system with winds gusting above 250km/h. Anna Bligh met with the state disaster management group, where <b>...</b>
If you want to add your voice and contribute to this existing news event, use the event code
(Event Code: @8079921), that you will find on each news event page, as the first word of the
SMS or MMS message followed by a space then add your contribution (text, image or video). For example:
@8079921 This is an amazing video of Greg Norman hitting a hole-in-one in Sydney, Australia.
The first word of the message should be @8079921 (event code), to make sure the system attaches
your voice to the right news event.