Hurricane Preparedness in Australia: Public in Panic!

Panic atmosphere prevailed in the west of the country before the hurricane. People rushed to market shelves for preparation.

Australia is preparing for the upcoming severe hurricane.

Hurricane Ilsa is expected to reach 250 kilometers per hour and affect the western part of the country.

They Flocked to the Markets

Alarmed, the public flocked to the markets before the hurricane, which is expected to affect tens of thousands of households.

Residents of the state of Western Australia, which were given a storm warning, emptied their grocery shelves in preparation.

Australian media reported, “People are emptying grocery shelves in Port Hedland.” he wrote. They posted a frame shared on social media about empty grocery shelves.

It Will Increase Violence

In the statement made by the Australian Meteorological Office (BOM), it was announced that Hurricane Ilsa in the Western Australian state of the country will increase in intensity in the coming days and it is likely to turn into the 4th category.

Its Speed Will Reach 250 Kilometers per Hour

In the statement, it was stated that heavy thunderstorms are expected in the northernmost Kimberley region of the state and wind speeds can reach 250 kilometers per hour.

Meteorologist Jessica Lingard likened hurricanes to “an unstable beast within themselves,” and noted that developments should be followed closely.

The Balance Sheet of the Hurricane in 2021

Tropical cyclone Seroja, which affected the country in 2021 in Australia, caused power outages in more than 31 thousand households.

The hurricane damaged 70 percent of buildings in the tourist town of Kalbarri.

The Australian Meteorological Service said Seroja was “the strongest hurricane in at least 50 years” in and around the town of Kalbarri.

Ece Nagihan

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