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Our 2 WA systems are now interacting with each other, in a Fujiwhara effect. TC …

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Our 2 WA systems are now interacting with each other, in a Fujiwhara effect. TC Seroja (eastern system) is the stronger of the 2, and its path is unlikely to be altered nearly as much as the western low which has already begun a northern movement. This sets the stage for the western low to be flung around the northern and eastern periphery of Tc Seroja. This interaction will limit the development potential of the western low, though there remains a chance it could reach category one intensity for a brief period.

Tc Seroja is likely to adopt an intensifying phase, with development into a severe system appearing likely. Computer modelling is adamant that it will curve into the Central Western coastline of WA during late Sunday into…



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