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Why Cyclone Oma seemed like a fizzer to much of Queensland

Brisbane Times Sunday, 24 February 2019
Why Cyclone Oma seemed like a fizzer to much of QueenslandIt was the first cyclone to threaten Brisbane in almost 30 years, but ex-tropical Cyclone Oma barely ruffled feathers across much of the Queensland coast.
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News video: Waves Surge Over Seaside Footpath as Cyclone Oma Brings High Tides to Queensland

Waves Surge Over Seaside Footpath as Cyclone Oma Brings High Tides to Queensland 00:36

Waves started to surge over this seaside footpath in Brisbane as Tropical Cyclone Oma approached the Queensland coast on Thursday, February 21.This video shows high tides lapping a walkway along Sandgate Beach, just north of Brisbane.Oma was expected to bring heavy rain, gale force winds, dangerous...

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