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September 05, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji’s Meteorological Service in Nadi has issued heavy rain warning which could result in flash flooding of low lying areas.

Senior meteorologist Amit Singh told FijiLive that an active trough of low pressure is moving eastward of the Fiji group.

Singh said heavy rains and a few thunderstorms will be experienced in Viti Levu, Yasawa and the Mamanuca group, Kadavu and nearby smaller islands, southern Lau and the Lomaiviti group.

“Localised heavy rain may lead to flash flooding in these areas.”

Heavy rains, Singh says will ease off by tonight.

By Ropate Valemei

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