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Expect a wet Hibiscus, says Weatherman

By TORIKA CHANDRA
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Update: 6:34PM THE 2014 Vodafone Hibiscus Festival is expected to be greeted by some rain this weekend.

According to the National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi, people in Suva should expect cloudy periods with some showers when the Hibiscus Festival begins on Saturday.

Rain, according to the weather office, is expected to affect the interior and eastern parts of the larger islands.

The weather office has also forecast fine weather elsewhere in the country but with moderate winds and moderate to rough seas are to be expected.

The Nadi weather office forecasts fine weather for the Western Division and Labasa. Savusavu, however, is forecast to experience cloudy periods with some showers.








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