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Take your umbrellas for showers is in the forecast

By TORIKA CHANDRA
Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Update: 9:30AM IF you are planning to be part of the fun-filled activities at the Hibiscus Festival,keep your umbrellas and warm clothes handy as cool nights and showers are predicted for today.

A weather bulletin issued from the National Weather Forecasting Centre in Nadi this morning forecasts a cool night with the temperature expected to fall to a minimum of 18 degrees for the Capital City.

 "Expect cloudy periods with brief showers for Suva and the interior and eastern parts of the larger islands," says the weatherman

For those living in the Western Division, fine weather is coming your way but expect brief showers on Thursday.

Meanwhile, with Bollywood night as the theme for today's Hibiscus Festival events, the Johnson & Johnson Baby Show was held this morning at Bank of Baroda tent while the Prince and Princess talent show started a while ago on main stage.

At midday, the Prince and Princess character and public judging will be taking place on main stage while at 6pm you will get to witness the Vodafone Prince and Princess crowning on main stage.

The main event of the night will be the Queens talent show scheduled for 7pm at Bank of Baroda tent.








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