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Tropical Cyclone Seroja forecast to reach land as a category two, bringing destructive winds

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Evacuation centres in Western Australia’s Mid West have opened in preparation for Tropical Cyclone Seroja, which is expected to make landfall this evening.

The cyclone, which is currently a category two system, is forecast to bring destructive winds and possible flash flooding to the coast this afternoon.

A yellow alert is in place for people near Carnarvon to Kalbarri, excluding the townsites.

A blue alert has been issued for people south of Cape Cuvier to Carnarvon, including the town of Carnarvon, and Kalbarri to Lancelin, including those towns.

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The blue alert extends inland to the shires of Northampton, Chapman Valley, Morawa, Greater Geraldton, Mingenew, Three Springs, and Perenjori, along with the townsites of Mullewa,…



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