People in Fiji are being warned of more heavy rain and strong winds as one storm moves off and another heads towards the island group.
The Fiji met office said a tropical disturbance north east of Vanuatu was moving to the far northwest of Fiji and could become a Category 1 cyclone.
Met office weather forecaster Sakeasi Rabitu said there's a moderate to high chance of the storm developing into a cyclone by Friday.
"With this disturbance approaching, it's going to bring a lot more rain with some winds as well, becoming windy and gusty at times, with this rain and thunderstorms. Everyone has been warned."
A tropical depression moving southwestwards away from Fiji triggered heavy rain and strong wind warnings and a flood alert and these remain in force for certain areas, including Vanua Levu, as the next storm approaches.