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The tropical depression that’s been hovering between Vanuatu and Fiji over the weekend has developed into a Tropical Cyclone.

The Fiji Met Service said Tropical Cyclone Keni is a category one, and was abut 800 kilometres west-north-west of Nadi, and moving north at 9 kph.

Tropical Cyclone Keni was expected to track South-eastwards in the next twelve hours and further as it moves towards Fiji.

Meanwhile, an active trough of low pressure with associated cloud and rain remains slow moving over Fiji, causing major flooding in the parts of the country.

Source: RNZ