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The fine weather is here to stay

Friday, August 22, 2014

Update: 3:09PM GOOD news for those planning to going to Albert Park to enjoy the final night of the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival.

The National Weather Forecasting Centre Nadi has forecasted fine weather apart from a few brief showers for Suva, eastern and interior parts of the larger islands.

The weather office also says this weather can be expected tomorrow as people look forward to the popular Float Procession and crowning of the King and Queen in the evening.

 Avid festival goers are advised, however, to take warm clothes as cool nights is expected.

The Western Division and Savusavu should expect fine weather and cool nights.

 Meanwhile, the Adi Senikau Pageant will begin tonight at 7pm, while the Float Procession will begin at 2pm tomorrow from the Flea Market.


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