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The wet season in Rarotonga got off to a perfect start this week and the local weather office expects the showers and rain to last for at least a couple more days.
A team of four from the Cook Islands Meteorological Service deployed to the outer islands and have now successfully installed automatic weather stations.
Cook Islands Meteorological Services (CIMS) director, Arona Ngari said the team installed the Climate Information Early Warning System (CLEWS) at the Manihiki, Rakahanga and Pukapuka stations late last year.
Teina MacKenzie, the Pacific Women in Maritime Association vice president, recently attended the World Maritime University 3rd International Women's Conference in Sweden.
Cook Islands Meteorological Services staff members attended a training for weather and communication systems in Hawaii earlier this week.
As a half-masked sun rose today, resorts in Muri and on Rarotonga’s east coast were this morning letting their guests know where to watch the eclipse.