Finally there were some good accumulations of rain over the west this past week. The predominant feature was a frontal band associated with a low pressure system which resulted in isolated showers on 29th & 30th September as it passed over the group. Accumulations for Monasavu for the week was 53mm with the 47mm reported on 30th September, the highest 24 hour accumulation for any station. The first half of the period experienced mild to warm temperatures.
The coming weekend is expected to bring back the fine and sunny weather with the possibility of isolated afternoon showers. No sign of any significant rain bearing weather systems affecting the west of Fiji at this time.
24 hour Rainfall Accumulations* (mm)
|LOCATION||24th September||25th September||26th September||27th September||28th September||29th September||30th September|
SOURCE: Fiji Meteorological Service
TRC – Rainfall Under 1mm | U/S – Raingauge Unserviceable | N/R – No Report
* – Unless otherwise indicated rainfall is for the 24 hour period ending at 9am on the dates shown.