Tropics

Tropical cyclone Seroja to move southwest through the Indian Ocean

Last Updated 2 weeks ago by Devontae Jackson.

Image courtesy of the Bureau of Meteorology.

Tropical cyclone Seroja is moving through parts of Malaysia. Continuing to move southwest into the Indian Ocean. According the Bureau of Meteorology in Australia, the storm is currently a CAT 2 storm with winds close to 90 mph.

Image courtesy of the Bureau of Meteorology.

Here is a look at the storm track from the BOM. The storm will again continue to move southwest into the Indian Ocean where the storm will pick up in strength. The BOM is forecasting for the storm to become a CAT 3 tropical cyclone. The storm could also come close to west Australia.


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