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Cyclone Oma to stay offshore, prompting dangerous surf conditions

SBS Friday, 22 February 2019
Cyclone Oma is delivering high winds and damaging surf along the Queensland coast and into NSW, but the storm is expected to remain offshore.
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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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