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THE PACIFIC Islands’ meteorological services will have a better chance in predicting more accurate climate or weather change patterns thanks to the government of Korea.
WHAT THE Cook Islands Meteorological Service has termed “occasional” rain is expected to continue on Rarotonga this week as a trough of low pressure lies over the Southern Cooks.
The cyclone season might be officially over, but the Cook Islands Meteorological Service is still urging people to be on the watch for extreme weather events.
The Cook Islands Metrological Service has launched a revamped website in a bid to improve their communication with the public regarding weather issues.
Despite continuous and sometimes heavy downpours on Rarotonga yesterday, the Cook Islands Meteorological Service is worried rainfall recorded so far is still below the average mark.
Everyone’s talking about the heat. And those who are in the know say the current hot and sticky conditions in Rarotonga are most likely the result of how the El Niño weather pattern is currently affecting our part of the Pacific.