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Festival goers enjoy fine weather

By TORIKA CHANDRA
Thursday, August 21, 2014

Update: 1:15PM RAINY weather and muddy grounds at the Hibiscus Festival could be a thing of the past now with fine weather experienced throughout this week.

While the opening of the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival last Saturday was marred with rain, the muddy grounds quickly dried up from Sunday as good weather prevailed.

 The National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi this week forecasted only brief showers for Suva and the eastern and interior parts of the larger islands.

 This is the same forecast the weather office has for today and tomorrow.

 The weather office maintains though that cool nights should be expected.

 Meanwhile, the Western Division is forecasted to have fine weather while Savusavu should expect cloudy periods with brief showers.








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