How Cyclone Yasi compares around the world - 
So if you’re struggling to grasp the magnitude of Tropical Cyclone Yasi, consider this: it is so large it would almost cover the United States, most of Asia and large parts of Europe.  The pre-landfall core was over 500km wide and its associated activity stretched well over 2000km.
The storm’s scale of destruction is as shocking as it is inevitable.  In the map above, the United States from Pennsylvania in the east to Nevada in the west, from Georgia in the south to Canada in the north and well into Mexico would be battered.  The areas highlighted red would be worst hit, with up to 300km/h winds and up to one metre of rain.
via News.com.au

How Cyclone Yasi compares around the world - 

So if you’re struggling to grasp the magnitude of Tropical Cyclone Yasi, consider this: it is so large it would almost cover the United States, most of Asia and large parts of Europe.  The pre-landfall core was over 500km wide and its associated activity stretched well over 2000km.

The storm’s scale of destruction is as shocking as it is inevitable.  In the map above, the United States from Pennsylvania in the east to Nevada in the west, from Georgia in the south to Canada in the north and well into Mexico would be battered.  The areas highlighted red would be worst hit, with up to 300km/h winds and up to one metre of rain.

via News.com.au

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