05 Mar ALL GOOD @ WPR – TROPICAL LOW ADVICE / WEATHER UPDATE: STARTING WITH A BIT OF WIND ???& FINISHING WITH A WEEKS WORTH OF SUNSHINE, RETURNING TOMORROW SAT 14/3.?
As @ 10.56am AEST Fri 13/3/20 – B.O.M. advise there are no current cyclone warning or cyclone watch zones associated with this low. This morning we had a bit of gusty wind and still going about normal activities. The gale type 34+ knot winds were well to the East, more offshore in some of those more exposed parts. Expectations are for this low to continue moving in a SE direction AWAY from the Queensland Coast towards Noumea / Norfolk Island in the next few days. Although there is also an expectation it will further develop it will be with minimal impact to us, as any intensification is proportionate with its movement AWAY to the SE. Winds already dropping to a bit of a breeze as we post. Almost wasn’t going to post/ blog anything, just wanting to reassure the parents of our in-house VIP guests that all is well @ Whitsunday Pet Resort ?????
By the way a very nice Whit?SUN?day is supposed to be breaking through tomorrow and continue shining for the next 7 days☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️ Tip – pick the ‘sunniest app’, we do! ?
Below is some PREVIOUSLY POSTED generic INFO/LINKS from past events, that had a little more oomph, for general reference:
NATURAL DISASTER EVENTS OR SIMILAR USEFUL EVENT INFORMATION WILL ONLY BE MANAGED ON OUR WEBSITE NEWS BLOG PAGE i.e. www.whitsundaypetresort.com.au
Our Prevention, Preparedness and Response is based in part on the Whitsunday Region – Emergency Action Guide 2017-2019 Edition. WRC advises we are located in a DESIGNATED WHITE ZONE – i.e. “Extremely minor risk or no risk of inundation or isolation from a cyclone storm tide”. Our Action plan/s are also based on many years of practical experience and formal training. We consider all our options and practice safety.
ALL Wellbeing and welfare checks on your VIP’s should also be via email and not our FB page. We also thank you for your patience at such times. Please drive carefully.
https://bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts/index.shtml [In left column, select 7 day town forecasts, you will be taken to a clickable map]