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Weather masks extreme events

Tuesday 7 June 2022 | Written by Sian Solomon | Published in National, Weather

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Weather masks extreme events
The month of May has masked a number of extreme weather events. PHOTO: CI NEWS/21021804

Data released by the Cook Islands Meteorological Service office has revealed close to an average month for weather in May compared to last year, masking a few extreme weather events.

Data released by the Cook Islands Meteorological Service office has revealed close to an average month for weather in May compared to last year, masking a few extreme weather events.


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