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More occasional showers: Weather office

By IVA NATARO
Monday, August 11, 2014

Update: 6:44PM THE National Weather Forecasting Centre in Nadi has noted a frontal system lying over Fiji, which is expected to affect the group till tomorrow afternoon.

People in the Kadavu, Lau and Lomaiviti, and the interior and eastern parts of the larger islands can experience occasional showers, moderate to fresh southeast winds and rough seas, with possible afternoon or evening showers elsewhere in the country.

The weather bulletin updated this morning has assured people of the eastern and larger parts of the islands with few showers on Wednesday and fine weather in the other parts of the country.

The North and western part of Fiji can expect cloudy periods with occasional showers in the afternoon along with moderate southeast winds and moderate seas.








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