Western Australia after Tropical Cyclone 10S (Dominic) Passes
Coastal towns in Western Australia have begun cleaning up after Tropical Cyclone 10S (Dominic) blew through yesterday morning, reports ABC News Australia.
The category 2 cyclone caused flooding, as over 200 millimeters of rain fell on the area. Its over-135 km/h winds also caused damage to power lines, roofs and trees in towns such as Onslow.
However, the alert has been lifted, ports and mining operations have reopened, and the clean-up has commenced.
Here, clouds can be seen breaking up and moving away, reopening the skies above the region.