The tropical cyclone Hilda hit Australia

On the northern coast of Western Australia, the tropical cyclone Hilda collapsed.

Along the coast of Kimberley County wind speed reaches 100 km / h with gusts up to 128 km / h and heavy rains pour. Some 150 mm of precipitation have already fallen. The element knocked down trees and power lines in the city of Broome, which resulted in the loss of about 2,000 consumers without electricity.

According to AccuWeather, the cyclone of the 1st category will bring down heavy rains on areas from Kimballton to Derby and Broome. In some places, up to 300 mm of precipitation may fall out. There is a threat of floods.