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Expect more rain throughout the weekend

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Update: 11:45AM MEMBERS of the public are advised to keep listening to updates from the Nadi Weather Office.

Acting director of the Fiji Meteorological Services, Aminiasi Tuidraki, says rain and thunderstorms are expected to last throughout the weekend and early next week.

"This means occasional rain and thunderstorm with isolated heavy falls," Mr Tuidraki said.

Police have also advised caution as the heavy rain warning remains in force for parts of the country.

Parents have been advised to be mindful of the whereabouts of their children and members of the public have been urged to steer clear from flooded areas.

Water Safety Council of Fiji education officer Kathryn Murray says people travelling by boat must be mindful of weather forecasted during rainy weather conditions.

"Avoid travelling when heavy rain and strong wind warnings are in place," she said.

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