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Tropical Cyclone Hadi, CATEGORY 1, has shown signs of intensification during today. The cyclone is currently moving in an easterly direction at about 11 kilometres per hour and should develop a northeasterly track overnight. The cyclone is forecast to continue moving away from the Queensland coast.
Damaging wind gusts have now eased along the east coast and adjacent islands. Further gradual easing of winds is expected overnight as the cyclone moves away.
Heavy rain has now eased and is no longer expected to affect the Queensland east coast.
Name: Tropical Cyclone Hadi
|Time (EST)||Intensity Category||Latitude
|0hr||4 pm March 10||1||18.9S||151.3E||55|
|+6hr||10 pm March 10||1||18.6S||151.8E||80|
|+12hr||4 am March 11||2||18.3S||152.2E||100|
|+18hr||10 am March 11||2||17.9S||152.5E||125|
|+24hr||4 pm March 11||1||17.4S||153.0E||145|
|+36hr||4 am March 12||1||16.0S||154.3E||180|
|+48hr||4 pm March 12||1||14.8S||157.1E||220|
|+60hr||4 am March 13||1||13.7S||160.2E||255|
|+72hr||4 pm March 13||1||13.0S||163.7E||290|
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