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Season 2004-2005 Tropical Cyclone SALLY Track Map
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Bureau of Meteorology Tropical Cyclone Data

Name: SALLY
Number: 882 / 200405_03

06 Jan 2005 06:00 UTC to 10 Jan 2005 06:00 UTC

    date/time    lat    long    hPa   cat  kts
2005-01-06 06    9.0    99.0   1000         20          
2005-01-06 12    9.8    98.9   1000         25          
2005-01-06 18   10.6    99.4   1000         25          
2005-01-07 00   11.3   100.3   1000         25          
2005-01-07 06   12.0   100.8   1000         25          
2005-01-07 12   12.4   101.1   1000         35          
2005-01-07 18   13.3   101.1    995    1    35          
2005-01-08 00   13.6   100.6    995    1    35          
2005-01-08 06   13.7   100.4    995    1    35          
2005-01-08 12   13.8   100.3    990    1    40          
2005-01-08 18   14.1    99.9    990    1    45          
2005-01-09 00   14.6    99.6    985    2    50          
2005-01-09 06   15.1    99.2    985    2    50          
2005-01-09 12   15.5    98.8    990    1    45          
2005-01-09 18   15.9    98.4    990    1    40          
2005-01-10 00   16.3    98.0    990    1    35          
2005-01-10 06   16.7    97.6   1000         30          
Winds are 10-min average.

Tropical cyclone tracks developed by Michael Bath using data from the Bureau of Meteorology and Google Maps.


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Document: tropical_cyclone_sally.htm Updated: 29 June 2017