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While sky gazers across the world were treated to a “super blue blood moon” early yesterday, residents of Rarotonga missed out on the opportunity as excessive cloud kept the rare occurrence out of their sight.

The Cook Islands is out of any danger that could potentially be caused by the first cyclone for this season.

Weather was kind to visitors

Monday January 29, 2018

Despite rough swells early yesterday morning, most of the passengers on the cruise ship MS Amsterdam were able to enjoy a memorable day exploring Rarotonga.

Met Office keeps an eye on new lows

Thursday January 04, 2018

Cook Islands Meteorological Service is keeping a close eye on a low pressure system which was moving southeast from the southern Cook Islands yesterday.

February ‘danger’ month

Friday December 29, 2017

We’re already two months into the 2017-2018 tropical cyclone season and no adverse weather conditions have affected the Cook Islands.

Get set for more rain at weekend

Friday October 20, 2017

Expect a wet weekend on Rarotonga, says the weather man.

Rain raises water pressure

Thursday October 19, 2017

Rain at the weekend and on Tuesday has come as a relief to the Infrastructure Cook Islands water division which has recorded a rise in the water pressure in the northern side of the island.

Rain minor boost for water supply

Wednesday September 27, 2017

Water pressures around the island only received a minor boost following a heavy overnight rain early last week.

Windy and wet weather expected

Wednesday May 24, 2017

The weather office yesterday issued a strong wind warning for all southern Cooks waters.

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