Bad weather forecast for next week – FBC News

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Weather models capture the development of a low pressure system north of Fiji.

While confirming this, the Fijian weather service says for the moment that no sign of this probable system has yet been identified on satellite imagery.

Fiji’s meteorological services director Terry Atalifo said models are still unsure of the exact location of where the system will form.

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“The uncertainty is too great for us to start talking, giving information to the public. So at this point we are basically and most likely watching as we get closer to the weekend or early next week, we will have an idea of ​​exactly where the system will form and how far it will grow and everything else. “

Atalifo adds that once the system is identified on satellite imagery, the national weather forecasting center will start monitoring the system, which is most likely next week.

The Weather Office says that at this time, as it is almost a week, weather models tend to have a lot of uncertainties in their forecasts.

The Fiji Weather Service will continue to monitor the weather and issue warnings and advisories if and when necessary.

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