While the cyclone passed, there has been severe flooding.
"Tropical Cyclone Zena passed southeast of Fiji, just days after torrential rain triggered major flooding, and just six weeks after parts of the archipelago were slammed by Tropical Cyclone Winston, their strongest tropical cyclone on record." https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/fiji-flooding-tropical-cyclone-zena-april2016
Cyclone Zena heading for Tonga as Red Cross races to assess flood-ravaged Fiji residents' needs https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/world/cyclone-zena-heading-tonga-red-cross-races-assess-flood-ravaged-fiji-residents-needs
Trop. Cyclone #Zena bears down on Tonga yesterday,4/6, seen from JMA's Himawari-8 satellite. https://t.co/3Euxx02TfV pic.twitter.com/blIsF4FtEG— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) April 7, 2016
#Zena continues to bring flooding rain to Fiji at strength of a Category 2 hurricane: https://t.co/X1Uw811lbi pic.twitter.com/Nht7P6FM9o— AccuWeather.com (@breakingweather) April 6, 2016
Cyclone #Zena now moved southeast away from Fiji and Tonga, final warning issued. No further threat. JW pic.twitter.com/odPiMSzD3E— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) April 7, 2016