The cyclone brewing off the coast of Western Australia has now been joined by two other tropical lows nearby, adding to an already rare weather event.
- Tropical Cyclone Seroja is brewing off WA’s north coast
- A second tropical low in the area has now been joined by a third
- Tourists are being urged to reconsider travel to the area
Tropical Cyclone Seroja, currently a category one system, is about 670 kilometres north-west of Karratha and 650km north-north-west of Exmouth.
It is moving west-south-west at a speed of 29 kilometres per hour and is forecast to strengthen as it tracks over open waters, before making landfall late on Sunday or Monday, most likely between Jurien Bay and Carnarvon, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said.