Cyclone Monica misses Darwin
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Northern Territory, moving further south than anticipated. While this may bring relief to many residents fearing a return of the infamous , authorities have warned that Monica still packs a punch and will bring 90 kph winds to the region. Northern Territory police commander, Bert Hofer, has advised residents to "stay where they are," for the time being. Australian airline Qantas is resuming its flights to Darwin as of 1945 AEST today. All ANZAC Day dawn services were cancelled in the Northern Territory's capital.has missed Darwin, dissipating into a category one cyclone at 1030 (0030 ). The cyclone was originally expected to hit as a , but lost power as it traveled across the
- Cyclone Monica bypasses Darwin, weakens" — , April 25, 2006. "
- Hillary Timms. "Monica loses her punch" — , April 25, 2006
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