Tropical Cyclone Jasper hit Australia’s northeast coast as a category 2 storm and weakened to a low-pressure system. It caused heavy rain, flooding, and power outages, affecting almost 40,000 homes and businesses. The Aboriginal community of Wujal Wujal was largely unscathed, but isolated by fallen trees. Emergency services rescued people from floodwaters in the town of Mossman. Cairns Airport closed and was expected to reopen. Some weather stations reported more than 40 centimeters of rain. Cyclone Jasper traveled slowly, affecting regions such as Port Douglas, Daintree, and Mossman the worst. Residents experienced sleepless nights, and some were without power. Despite the long and trying conditions, many homes and buildings were largely unharmed.