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WA travellers told to ‘get out now’ as ‘triple threat’ of storms close in

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Travellers on the WA coast near Exmouth should leave now, as three powerful storm systems bear down on the state.

WA Emergency Services Assistant Commissioner Paul Ryan issued the warning as the first tropical storm approaches the coast, due to make landfall on Saturday.

At present two tropical lows, 23U and 22U, are looming as Tropical Cyclone Serojia gathers strength.

“There is potential for severe weather to hit this area over the coming period of time,” Assistant Commissioner Ryan said.

“If you remain in the area in a tent or caravan, you are at risk.”

The tropical low will be quickly followed by Tropical Cyclone Seroja, which will “rip apart” the weaker system.

Wind gusts as strong as 150km/h could hit the WA coast as Seroja intensifies…



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