26 June, 2006

Cold front covers Fiji

A cold front which has been passing through Fiji will leave after another week of plummeting temperatures according to the Meteorological Office. Apart from a few light showers, the weather is expected to be fine but will bring colder nights. Temperatures last week around most of the country averaged about 20 degrees Celsius.


Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

I laugh when I read about 'plummeting temperatures' in Fiji and that it is cold at 20 degrees C.! I know that my Islander sons say it is freezing here in Geelong, Australia, when they arrive from Fiji! This wee, it is about 4 at night, 14 in the daytime! But it looks like a sunny day today.
I like it in Suva when it is about 25, no more! Though in babasiga land when it is 30 that's normal and okay.

Gilbert Veisamasama, Jr said...

LOL! That's very true, Wendy, but for us, it's a wee bit cold. I know that's quite temperate and manageable when you're overseas. Anyway, hope it's not a turn-off to tourists who still wish to visit Suva as we have a lot of activities coming up later this week and next month. Thanks for being an avid reader of my blog.