Tropical Cyclone Edna

31 January - 6 February 2014


Tropical Cyclone Edna formed over the Coral Sea and briefly reached category 1 intensity on 1 February before weakening and moving east of the Australian region on 4 February. The cyclone then re-intensified reaching category 2 intensity as it passed west of New Caledonia before weaking on 6 February. The track was quite unusual, initially moving to the southeast then turning through the south then west then north then east and eventually accelerating to the southeast.

Tropical Cyclone Edna was a small system and there were no known impacts from the cyclone.

For more information see the Tropical Cyclone Edna Report (pdf).

Track and Intensity

Best Track of Tropical Cyclone Edna