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Expect fine weather, forecaster says

By ONLINE EDITOR
Monday, July 07, 2014

Update: 4:02PM THE weather forecast is fine apart from a few brief showers for today with a trough of low pressure approaching Fiji from the west.

A revised weather bulletin issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi at 10:45am today states that associated cloud and showers are expected to affect the group from tomorrow and this will continue until Wednesday.

The forecast to midnight tomorrow, expect fine weather apart from brief showers over the interior and eastern parts of the larger islands today. Cloudy periods with some showers will affect most places tomorrow with moderate east to northeast winds, fresh at times and moderate to rough seas, he said.

And if you are planning to go out on Wednesday, expect occasional showers over most places.  








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