Tropical Cyclone Tuni cancelled for Niuatoputapu but warning still in force for all of Tonga

A strong wind warning remains inforce for all Tonga land areas, with category-one cyclone Tuni has been cancelld after it slowly moving away from Niuatoputapu on Sunday afternoon, according to the Fua’amotu Weather Forecasting Centre on its 1pm Monday 30 Novermber 2015 weather bulletin.

Situation:

A high pressure system to the south of the group directs a moderate to fresh east to southeast windflow prevailing over the group.

Forecast to midnight tomorrow for Tonga. Moderate to fresh east to southeast winds strong at times. Cloudy with scattered showers.

Outlook for Wednesday:

Moderate to fresh east to southeast winds. Cloudy periods with a few showers.

Temperature forecast for Nuku’alofa:

Max:  28 degrees celsius tomorrow. Min:  23 degrees clesius tonight.

Marine weather bulletin:

A gale warning remains inforce for all Tonga coastal waters. A heavy damaging swell warnings remains inforce for all Tonga

Coastal waters.

Forecast to midnight tonight for all tonga coastal waters:

East to southeast winds 30-35 knots gusting to 45 knots at times. Rough to very rough seas. A heavy southeast swell.

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