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Tropical Cyclone Imogen delivers falls of more than 200mm to Queensland Gulf communities – ABC News

Queensland’s Gulf of Carpentaria receives more than 200 millimetres of rain, as the first cyclone of the season travels through the region.

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More than 1,000 people have been without power in Queensland’s Gulf of Carpentaria since 3:00pm on Sunday after Tropical Cyclone Imogen travelled through the region overnight.
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  • Tropical Cyclone Imogen crossed land about 9:00pm Sunday, just north of Karumba, in the Gulf of Carpentaria
  • The system is expected to drop widespread rain over the coming days
  • Normanton airport recorded 259mm overnight, with 186mm in three hours

TC Imogen crossed land just north of Karumba about 9:00pm, dumping…

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