Vavaʻu faces “destructive winds” as severe Cyclone Ula increasingly intensified

    Vavaʻu Islands were facing “destructive winds” of 100-110 kilometres per hour  within 12 – 24 hours as Tropical Cyclone Ula increasingly intensified,  reported the Fuaʻamotu Tropical Warning Centre (FTWC) today at 1pm Firday 1, 2016, at its cyclone warning advisory number six. For Tongatapu, ʻEua, Niuatoputapu and Haʻapai,  winds gradually increasing to destructive winds with…

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