Monster Cyclone Harold wreaks havoc in Vanuatu, Tonga may be next

Kuo na’ina’i ke toka teu ‘a Tonga ki ha Saikalone mālohi ‘aupito he uike’ ni hili ia ‘ene hā mei he halanga ‘o Saikolone Hāloti’ ‘e lava ke ne uesia hangatonu e fonua pe tele ofi ‘aupito ai. ‘Oku lolotonga katekōlia 5 ‘a e mālohi ‘o e matangi’ ni. Kuo tu’o 2 hake ‘eni ‘ene taa’i ‘a Vanuatu hili ‘ene mavahe pea toe foki ki he fonua Melanisia ko ‘eni he Pasifiki’. Kuo lahi e maumau ki he ‘akau mo e ngaahi fale lalahi kuo’ ne fai ai, tautefito ki he kolo ko ia ko Luganville, ‘a ia ‘oku fe’unga hono tokolahi no e toko 16,000.

LIVE FIJI MET SERVICE MAPS (AUTO UPDATING). It shows Harold current track

This article originally appeared on Weather Watch New Zealand website. Updated Tues AM: Cyclone Harold remains Category 5 and last night made a second landfall in Vanuatu. Now Tonga may now also be directly impacted later this week. The tropical storm made landfall on Monday afternoon on the island of Santo. Shortly after WeatherWatch.co.nz said a second landfall…


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