Red-dust sunset as west Australia braces for cyclone

Red-dust sunset as west Australia braces for cyclone

Sydney : Australia | Jan 10, 2013 at 10:11 PM PST
Source: Channel NewsAsia
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Western Australians were bracing Friday for a cyclone with residents warned to batten down for storms and destructive winds gusting up to 140 kilometres per hour (90 mph). Cyclone Narelle was estimated to be 525 kilometres (325 miles) north of Exmouth and 505 kilometres north-west of Karratha near... FULL ARTICLE AT Channel NewsAsia
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