"Some wild weather has affected large parts of WA, causing widespread damage and large-scale power outages." Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on social media.
In Bangladesh, the cyclone caused about $130 million in damage to infrastructure, housing, fisheries, livestock, water resources and agriculture.
The Category 3 storm, packing sustained winds of 150 kilometres per hour and gusts of 205 kph, is expected to make landfall on the west coast near Port Hedland, on Saturday afternoon.
Gale-force winds and huge waves have smashed into seafront towns damaging many shops and restaurants, wrecking beach facilities and flooding some streets in the east of the country since Sunday.
National Disaster Management Office Director Vasiti Soko urged locals and the thousands of tourists in Fiji not to be reckless as Sarai lashed the Pacific island nation with heavy rain and destructive winds.
Two winter storms lumbering across parts of the United States disrupt travel plans of millions of Americans on the move for the Thanksgiving holiday.
National broadcaster NHK said nearly 70 people have been killed in Japan by Typhoon Hagibis as rescuers search for survivors for a third day.
Bahamian meteorologists said the islands of Grand Bahama and Abaco, which were the worst-hit by Hurricane Dorian, were in the path of the approaching weather system.
More than 50 people died after being struck by lightning in the month of July, including over 30 in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
Thunderstorms have affected several states in India and Pakistan killing 86 people, damaging homes and downing trees. In neighbouring Afghanistan, at least five people have died.
Several people were also hurt as a total of 17 tornadoes were reported across the south from Texas to Alabama on Saturday and Sunday.
Authorities plan to resume an intense ground search amid devastation from a deadly tornado that rampaged through southern US state, officials say.
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