Reports from Fiji say the country is rapidly approaching a state of drought, with no substantial rainfall since the 17th of May.
The director of the Fiji Meteorological Service, Alipate Waqaicelua, says there is no indication that rain will arrive soon.
He says hydro-electric power plants estimate another month before water levels reach critical levels and the government is already making supplementary diesel generators available.
A meeting today is expected to decide whether to declare a drought.
The Fiji Water Authority CEO, Opetaia Ravai, says the situation is under control and there are no official water restrictions in place yet.
But he says two of the three main water sources supplying Suva are below the critical level, and many in western residential areas need supplementary truck deliveries of water.
He says some rural villages and outer islands have also requested water deliveries and this is being barged to them by the Government.
Mr Ravia says the MET Service has reported the dry spell will continue until January next year.