A tropical cyclone Judy (category 1) warning is currently issued for Temotu province.
TC Judy is moving West-South at 19 knots towards southern waters of Tikopia and intensifying.
TC Judy is fast-moving and is expected to track over the small islands in the southern part of Solomon Islands as a category 1 system today and approach the northern parts of Vanuatu around midday today as a category 2 cyclone.
The cyclone is expected to track very close or over Vanuatu as a category 2 system around midday today and could even intensify into a category 3 system as it passes over Villa around midday tomorrow.
Damaging to very destructive winds and heavy rain is expected to affect Vanuatu in the next few days as the system moves close by or over the islands.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms are also expected to start develop over most provinces within 24 hours.
Such bad weather may lead to possible landslide and flooding over communities living near hill slope, close to large rivers, streams and low-lying areas.
Sea travelers are urged to consider safety action as such heavy rain can reduce visibility.
Motorists are also advised to use extreme caution when travelling on road.
Public are advice to take precautionary measure as bad weather associated with the tropical cyclone poses threat to lives and properties.