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  • Lintes has demonstrated its commitment to the technology by continuou ?

    The category five storm, with maximum winds approaching 300km/h, is advancing towards the coast and an anticipated landfall north of Cooktown late tonight.
    Cooktown was in lockdown early this afternoon as winds intensified and hundreds of locals took cover in cyclone shelters.
    At a local disaster group briefing, Mr Scott said the town of 2300 may never be the same.
    “Cooktown tomorrow, as we know it today, will not be the same tomorrow,’’ he warned.

    James Cook University cyclone impact expert David Henderson said Cooktown had a mix of old and new homes and buildings, and there was no way of telling how they would stand up.
    The cyclone’s destructive capacity would depend on how close the eye passed to a community and the local topography.
    While it’s showing no sign of weakening, Cyclone Ita has slowed in the last few hours and is expected to make landfall between Cooktown and Cape Melville at around midnight.

  • Lintes has demonstrated its commitment to the technology by continuou ?

    The category five storm, with maximum winds approaching 300km/h, is advancing towards the coast and an anticipated landfall north of Cooktown late tonight.
    Cooktown was in lockdown early this afternoon as winds intensified and hundreds of locals took cover in cyclone shelters.
    At a local disaster group briefing, Mr Scott said the town of 2300 may never be the same.
    “Cooktown tomorrow, as we know it today, will not be the same tomorrow,’’ he warned.

    James Cook University cyclone impact expert David Henderson said Cooktown had a mix of old and new homes and buildings, and there was no way of telling how they would stand up.
    The cyclone’s destructive capacity would depend on how close the eye passed to a community and the local topography.
    While it’s showing no sign of weakening, Cyclone Ita has slowed in the last few hours and is expected to make landfall between Cooktown and Cape Melville at around midnight.

  • Lintes has demonstrated its commitment to the technology by continuou ?

    The category five storm, with maximum winds approaching 300km/h, is advancing towards the coast and an anticipated landfall north of Cooktown late tonight.
    Cooktown was in lockdown early this afternoon as winds intensified and hundreds of locals took cover in cyclone shelters.
    At a local disaster group briefing, Mr Scott said the town of 2300 may never be the same.
    “Cooktown tomorrow, as we know it today, will not be the same tomorrow,’’ he warned.

    James Cook University cyclone impact expert David Henderson said Cooktown had a mix of old and new homes and buildings, and there was no way of telling how they would stand up.
    The cyclone’s destructive capacity would depend on how close the eye passed to a community and the local topography.
    While it’s showing no sign of weakening, Cyclone Ita has slowed in the last few hours and is expected to make landfall between Cooktown and Cape Melville at around midnight.