From the Sydney Morning Herald : "Tropical Cyclone Wati is hovering off Queensland and forecast to intensify but weather experts can't say whether it will cross the coast. There had been fears Wati could follow Larry's destructive path and bring a second wave of devastation to flattened parts of far north Queensland.
"Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre forecaster Tony Wedd said Wati, a category three cyclone sitting 600km north-east of Mackay in central Queensland, could intensify into a category four over the next 24 hours. He said Wati is currently 400km in diameter with wind gusts of up to 190kph near its centre.
"'It will be fairly slow moving and remain off the coast for the next few days - it's hard to predict it's movements after that,' Mr Wedd said. 'We just have to play a wait-and-see game'."