Fiji’s Meteorological Station, located in the remote Andaman Sea, has lost its signal, the Meteorological Service (MS) announced on Friday.
The Meteorological Office of Fiji reported that the meteorological facility lost signal in mid-July, with data from the satellite data coming in from the previous two days.
According to the MS, the station was not equipped to receive satellite data and the signal was lost on the second and third day of July.
The meteorological office says it is not aware of any other satellite signal loss from the station since it was installed in June 2014.
The weather station was inaugurated in March 2018 by Prime Minister Dlamini.