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BOM warns Tropical Cyclone Kimi due to make landfall in Far North Queensland tonight

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Far North Queensland authorities say they are prepared for the second tropical cyclone to hit the state this summer, with Cyclone Kimi predicted to make landfall in the area around Cardwell this evening.

On Sunday night, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said the cyclone, the second of the season, was sitting just east of Port Douglas as a category one system but was likely to become a category two before making landfall.

A warning has been issued for an area covering from Port Douglas to Lucinda.

The BOM said Cyclone Kimi…



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