Those models posted above are simple.Horse shit.
Just explain some of the specialist maps / layers / models in functional, on ground language so single cell amoeba like me can understand.
Current 3.4 where nino is measured not 1.2.Don't be so sure. BoM has gone to 'El Nino watch' for a reason. Huge flooding in Peru and SST anomalies off coastal Peru look similar to developing El Ninos of the past.
What?you got some dude taking info from here @Ken kato off this
Wanker. with nfi about nested intensity modelling..
BOM publish a list of names, so the media know what names it will be called, I think the BOM wait until it is actually a cyclone before they start using the name.This thing looks massive (both size and intensity). Bom haven't named it yet, but appears some media have.
46 years and 3 months as of yesterday. My niece from Melbourne flew into Townsville this week to see her brother and drove to Cairns yesterday to catch up with us. She's supposed to be driving back on Monday but now looks like tomorrow. She jokingly calls herself cyclone Suzi everytime she comes up north. Her dad originally wanted to call her Debbie. How's that for irony.Wow. It's been many years since TSV has had a direct hit. Was lucky to avoid one in the time I lived there. I still have many friends there including one who is heavily pregnant. It could make for an interesting story if the baby is born during the cyclone!