NEWS

TDO4F Moves Away From Fiji

Tropical Depression 04F has changed its track to southwest overnight and  continue to move away from Fiji. This was the latest update by the Fiji Meteorological Services in Nadi. Fiji
20 Dec 2016 16:25
TDO4F Moves Away From Fiji
Image from the Fiji Meteorological Service.

Tropical Depression 04F has changed its track to southwest overnight and  continue to move away from Fiji.

This was the latest update by the Fiji Meteorological Services in Nadi.

Fiji Meteorological service Director Ravind Kumar said TD04F  is moving away  faster than anticipated with a speed of about  15km/hr.

“Associated trough of low pressure and active rainbands  will continue to affect the country.

“Heavy rains have eased in most parts of the country, but heavy rain warning remains in force for Vanua Levu, Taveuni, Kadavu, Lau and Lomaiviti Group. In these areas, periods of heavy rain with squally thunderstorms are expected,” he said.

“Strong Wind” warning remains in force for all land areas and waters of Fiji.

“Flood Warning” remains in force for the following low lying areas and small streams for the whole of Fiji.

Heavy localised falls are still expected and flooding of low lying areas still remains high.

“We are going to see much improved condition today compared to yesterday. Rain bands are expected to continue affecting from time to time on Wednesday with longer period of break,”he said.

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