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Keep jackets and umbrellas handy

By AVINESH GOPAL
Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Update: 2:57PM THE cloudy and cold weather being experienced in the Southern Division has forced many people to be armed with jackets, with a few also holding onto umbrellas.

Showers are being experienced in the division now and then, with the cold also playing its part.

According to the Fiji Meteorological Service, a weak frontal system remains slow moving over the Southern part of Fiji, and associated cloud and showers are expected to affect the group until later today.

The department has also forecast occasional showers over the eastern parts of the larger islands, Lau and Lomaiviti groups. Apart from isolated afternoon or evening showers, the weather is expected to be fine elsewhere.

 

 








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