Australia attacked by natural disasters, severe fires, and now hurricanes.
In the Australian state of Queensland, which hit the tropical cyclone “Oswald”, flooded hundreds of homes, several people are still missing. Cyclone brought with it not only rains, but the tornado.
In January 2013, ex-Tropical Cyclone Oswald and associated monsoon trough passed over parts of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia over a number of days, causing widespread impact including severe storms, flooding, and tornadoes.
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Coastal regions of Queensland were the most impacted with Mundubbera, Eidsvold, Gayndah and Bundaberg in the Wide Bay-Burnett hit severely. In many places the rainfall total for January set new records. Across the affected region, damage from severe weather and flooding amounted to at least A$2.4 billion (US$2.5 billion).