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Cyclone Tuni losing strength

Monday 30 November 2015 | Written by Rashneel Kumar | Published in Local

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Cyclone Tuni losing strength
A truck is caught in a flooded road in Samoa. Tropical Cyclone Tuni caused torrential rain and flooding in parts of Samoa. The cyclone which is heading towards Cook Islands is expected to weaken by today. Facebook (Tamara Vaifanua)/ 15112924

The Cook Islands Meteorological Service (CIMS) says Cyclone Tuni, which caused some damage to parts of Samoa over the weekend, is losing strength.

The Cook Islands Meteorological Service (CIMS) says Cyclone Tuni, which caused some damage to parts of Samoa over the weekend, is losing strength.


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