Severe Tropical cyclone Debbie strengthened into a category 3 system this morning, and is expected to intensify further as it continues to move west-southwest towards the north Queensland coast today and overnight tonight. Severe Tropical cyclone Debbie is forecast to make landfall as a category 4 tropical cyclone between Ayr and Cape Hillsborough, north of Mackay, on Tuesday morning.
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Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie has recently strengthened into a category 3 system, and is expected to intensify further as it continues to move west-southwest towards the Queensland coast today. Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie is forecast to make landfall as a severe tropical cyclone between Ayr and Cape Hillsborough, north of Mackay, on Tuesday morning.
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Important information from the Townsville City Council.

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Latest details Live on Cyclone Debbie.
As at 4am Tropical Cyclone Debbie is a category 2 system and the bureau expects it to cross the Queensland
coast between Townsville and Proserpine early Tuesday morning as a Category 4 system.

This is predicted to be a very dangerous storm. The Bureau of Meteorology has indicated we have not had a cyclone of this size in Queensland since Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi.
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As at 11pm 26 March, the Bureau of Meteorology has issued an updated track map. #CycloneDebbie is moving west-southwest towards the north Queensland coast and is currently forecast to intensify into a category 3 system early on Monday morning.

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#CycloneDebbie: An updated track map has been issued by Bureau of Meteorology at 5pm 26 March.

For cyclone preparedness and safety advice visit [ Qld.gov.au Link ]

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The Bureau of Meteorology has issued an updated #CycloneDebbie track map at 2pm 26 March. To keep up to date visit [ Bom.gov.au Link ].
Updated #CycloneDebbie track map issued by the Bureau of Meteorology at 11am 26 March - visit [ Bom.gov.au Link ] to keep up to date.

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Very latest details on Cyclone Debbie being discussed at a Media Conference from State Disaster Centre at Kedron.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued an updated #TCDebbie track map as at 7.52am Sunday 26 March. Visit [ Bom.gov.au Link ] to stay updated.

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Additional QAS staff and equipment has arrived in Townsville overnight to bolster local resource in preparation of cyclone Debbie making landfall.

Cyclone Debbie currently category 2 however expected to intensify into category 3 cyclone this afternoon.
Warning Zone: Ayr to St Lawrence including Bowen, Mackay and the Whitsunday Islands.
For latest advice: [ Bom.gov.au Link ]
QAS is prepared are you ?

Check out the Get Ready Queensland website for tips and checklists to help your family and pets stay safe. [ Qld.gov.au Link ]
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QAS has deployed extra staff and equipment to Townsville and Mackay to assist if required.
Live media conference now following meeting of the Queensland Disaster Management Committee which QAS Commissioner Russell Bowles is a member.
Don’t forget that the Kenmore Ambulance Station Open Day is on tomorrow (Sunday, March 26). There’ll be plenty of fun for everyone, free CPR lessons, a display of new and old ambulances and, of course, a sausage sizzle! It runs from 10am to 2pm at 6 Boblynne Street, Kenmore.
Little Charlie Farry from Longreach has big dreams when she grows up, and they include following in mum and dad’s footsteps.
She recently put this outfit together for school to showcase what she wants to be when she grows up - a paramedic cowgirl.
Thanks to Central West Chief Superintendent Gavin Farry for sharing this with us.
Seven-year-old Dillan and her family were all smiles when reunited with some of the paramedics who helped save her life just over a year ago. Dillan was taken to Cairns Hospital in a critical condition after she had a spontaneous cerebral haemorrhage which required a lengthy recovery in hospital.

Paramedic Amy Craike said Dillan was one of the most determined and inspiring little girls she...
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The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a cyclone watch for areas between Proserpine and Cape Tribulation. If you're in the potential impact zone, now is the time to get your preps done. Check out the Get Ready Queensland website for tips and checklists to help your family and pets stay safe. [ Qld.gov.au Link ]
With the chances of a cyclone forming off the North Queensland coast over the next few days increasing, now is the time to check your emergency kit and make sure the yard is tidy and clear of loose items that could become dangerous projectiles in strong winds. There are some handy tips on the BoM website for anyone needing a refresher.

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