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Expect cooler nights

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Monday, August 11, 2014

PEOPLE should expect cooler nights in the next few weeks.

This is the word from the Nadi Weather Office despite the warm weather conditions currently being experienced.

Director of Meteorology Alipate Waqaicelua says despite a change in the weather in the last few days, people should remember that Fiji is still in the cool and dry season and the cold weather condition will continue until the end of September.

He explained the cold weather might not be the same as that experienced last month.

"Our cool and dry season continues. We had a slow moving high pressure system to the West and South and this system brought in cool and dry southerlies over Fiji," Mr Waqaicelua said.

"It was a slow moving high pressure system and the situation was different."





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