Central and Eastern parts of the Solomon Islands are expected to experience a drier than normal rainfall from February to April this year.
A Rainfall Outlook issued by the Solomon Islands Meteorological Services said a normal rainfall condition was forecasted for the Western region.
The statement said the outlook is consistent with the statistical model (SCOPIC) and dynamical model (POAMA).
It said all climate predictions are strongly consistent with the current El Nino condition, which is the strongest since 1997.
It added a south easterly flow is likely to persist in most parts of the country due to high pressure presence over Australia.
This meant calm waters were likely to be around Guadalcanal, Malaita, Isabel and Western parts of Makira at times.
Meanwhile, the statement added that Solomon Islands was now at the wet and tropical season, from November 2015 to April 2016.
It said the current strongest El Nino condition was easing.
The Met Service said chances of a few tropical cyclones were likely to occur in the north-east, south or east of the country.