CURRENT MONSOON TROUGH LIKELY TO FORM CYCLONE: S.I. MET OFFICE

Solomon Islands Meteorological Service Director David Hiriasia. Photo credit: Courtesy of David Hiriasia's Facebook account.

Solomon Islands Meteorological Service Director David Hiriasia. Photo credit: Courtesy of David Hiriasia’s Facebook account.

The Solomon Islands Meteorological Services says the current monsoon trough might form a cyclone next week.

The Met office has issued a nationwide heavy rain warning due to the trough which lies over the Solomon Islands linking to a weak low located North East of Temotu province.

Director of Meteorology David Hiriasia says it is more likely for the current monsoon trough to become a tropical cyclone early next week.

Mr Hiriasia says, his office is still uncertain on which direction the system will take.

“It’s very likely that this system will develop into a tropical cyclone early next week, as I said we are still uncertain of which track it will take.”

Mr Hiriasia strongly advises people to take precautionary measures and listen to SIBC for further information and updates.

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