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Tropical Cyclone Trevor

At 1:40pm ACST, Tropical Cyclone Trevor was estimated to be 75km southwest of Weipa and 540km east of Alyangula.

Tropical Cyclone Trevor is located over the eastern Gulf of Carpentaria and is expected to rapidly intensify to a category 3 cyclone in the next 6 to 12 hours. The system is then expected to intensify further as it tracks more west southwest across the Gulf of Carpentaria. It is likely to cross the Northern Territory coast during Saturday as a category 4 severe tropical cyclone.

GALES are occurring near the centre of the cyclone. DESTRUCTIVE WINDS with gusts over 130km/h are possible during Thursday morning between Weipa and Aurukun.

STORM TIDE and HEAVY RAINFALL is possible for QLD coastal areas.

VERY DESTRUCTIVE WINDS (250km/h+) and DAMAGING WAVES and VERY DANGEROUS STORM TIDE for NT Coastal areas is a risk from Friday and Saturday.

Issued Thursday 15:51 AEDT
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The Cairns Post Tropical Cyclone map provides the latest tropical cyclone alerts for Northern Territory, Queensland and Western Australia. The level of cycle threat is broken down into Forecast Area, Watch Area and Warning Area.