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Tropical Cyclone Imogen made landfall in Queens, Australia. Heavy rainfall caused hundreds of families to cut off power.

Tropical Cyclone Imogen made landfall in Queens, Australia. Heavy rainfall caused hundreds of families to cut off power.

△Tropical cyclone transit area (Image source: Australian media)

According to the latest report of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on the 4th local time, on the afternoon of the 3rd, Imogen, Australia’s first tropical cyclone of the year, made landfall in the coastal city of Kar through the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Queensland. umba).

“Imokin” brought heavy rainfall to the local area. According to the statistics of the meteorological department, the rainfall at the airport in Kalumba City reached 259 mm on the night of the 3rd, of which 186 mm occurred within three hours.

Heavy rains caused hundreds of households to lose power, roads were severely flooded, and local rainfall even completely flooded the roads, causing serious traffic obstruction.

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