Weather

Damp outlook for New Year’s Eve

Tuesday December 30, 2014

A tropical depression which threatened the northern Cook Islands last week was responsible for the wet weather which hampered Christmas

Sun on the menu for Christmas Day

Tuesday December 23, 2014

The burning question for many as the final countdown to Christmas begins, is whether the weather will be kind to those planning to enjoy an outdoor feast with friends and family on Christmas Day.

Substandard housing means a large number of homes on Atiu could be damaged if a cyclone struck the island.

Braced for possibility of cyclones

Thursday December 18, 2014

As the Cook Islands braces for an active cyclone season, key stakeholders have met to ensure the country is fully prepared.

Cyclone risk ‘elevated’

Saturday November 15, 2014

8 to 12 cyclones expected in Southern Cook Islands

July drier than last year

Thursday August 07, 2014

Many people have been calling last month one of the wettest Julys in years but a report from the Met Service suggests otherwise.

Chance of better weather

Tuesday August 05, 2014

After a week of wet and cold weather, things look to be on the improve.

Coldest temperature in 40 years

Thursday July 31, 2014

It might not be considered cold in many countries, but a temperature of 13.7 degrees Celsius in Rarotonga on Sunday was the island’s lowest since 1975.

Bad weather, no Trade Day

Wednesday July 30, 2014

Miserable and muddy conditions have forced today’s Trade Day event to be cancelled, but shoppers looking for that uniquely Cook Islands gift and food braved the weather yesterday.

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