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Expect showers, cool nights

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Update: 6:00PM AN eastward moving frontal system with associated cloud and showers experienced over the Fiji Group today is affect Fiji until early tomorrow morning.

In an updated forecast at 10.45am today, the duty forecaster at the Nadi Weather office says most places in the country will experience showers and the West is expected to experience showers as well, which will then ease later today.

He says the wet weather is expected to continue until Friday for most parts of the country while mariners should expect moderate to rough seas and moderate Southerly swells.

And if you are planning to go out at night, wear warm clothing to keep warm as the weatherman has predicted cool weather at night.








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