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Tropical storms bring wild weather to Fiji

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Parts of Fiji's north are under water, after a tropical storm passed through the area.

Two tropical depressions have been active in the region, bringing with them heavy rains, strong winds and storm conditions.

Senior Meteorologist at the Nadi Weather Office, Daini Tupou Donu, told Radio Australia one storm is currently to the East of Fiji and could cause further flooding in Labasa.

Meanwhile, a new depression has formed to the West of Vanuatu and is expected to develop into a cyclone in the next two days.
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