The possibility of a prolonged period of unpredictable and potentially dangerous weather in WA’s north means travellers must stay alert and be prepared to change their holiday plans.
Tropical Cyclone Seroja is tracking parallel to the coast and will likely impact sections of the Pilbara and Midwest-Gascoyne regions over the coming week.
Acting Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Craig Waters said now was the time for travellers to reconsider their plans.
“We know there are many holidaymakers in the area and others making their way there, many of whom will not have experienced a cyclone before,” Mr Waters said.
“Cyclones can be incredibly dangerous, bringing heavy rain, flooding, gales and swells.
“Recent rainfall and flooding has…