TC Rhonda was the final cyclone of the 1996/97 season. It had become a cyclone by the morning of 11 May and tracked in an eastsoutheast direction for its entire lifetime. TC Rhonda intensified to a Category 4 storm during 14 May southsoutheast of Cocos Island and then weakened before dissapating and being absorbed into a cut-off low pressure system near the west coast of West Australia during 17 May. There was no direct impact on either the islands or Western Australia from the system.
For more details see the TC Rhonda Report (pdf)
Track and intensity
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