We’re being warned Tropical Cyclone Oma

will be close enough in the coming days to produce direct impacts along the Queensland and New South Wales coast.

Although it’s no longer expected to make landfall, theĀ Bureau of Meteorology says the system is still likely to bring bad weather along the coast.

Here’s what we know so far.

At the moment the BOM does not expect Oma to make landfall.

Instead it’s forecast to slow on Saturday before moving north, parallel to the Queensland coast.

“Although Oma is not expected to make landfall in the coming days, it will be close enough to produce direct impacts along the Queensland and New South Wales coast,” BOM said.

What areas has the BOM issued warnings for?

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