So what about the cyclones you ask? 2:27pm, Wed 13 Mar 2013So what about the cyclones you ask?
Again we have to blame the media’s relentless search for bad news for skewing reality. The low pressure systems that dot the Monsoon Trough have always marched across the top of Australia, often descending South in the summer months. Any that approach the Northern Coast have the potential to develop into a cyclone. But it takes a particular set of circumstances to make this so, with the chances generally measured in very low percentages by the Bureau of Meteorology. South Eastern Australia is battered by “cyclonic” strength storms dozens of times every year but because each storm is not named and no “track map” is provided these do not attract the fevered attention of the media. You can check today’s Whitsundays marine weather report at online below.