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It's Sweater Weather In Malaysia Until Next Week As A Result Of The North-East Monsoon

Credit: The Rakyat Post

For the past few days, the weather in Malaysia has been pretty gloomy and cooling. The sweater weather in the country will apparently last till next week, due to the north-east monsoon.

According to Universiti Malaya's Prof Datuk Azizan Abu Samah, Malaysia was entering the tail end of the monsoon, which is expected to end in March. Prepare your sweaters and sweat pants, as the cold surges will be bringing a drop in temperature of between 2°C and 3°C as the winds are carried from Siberia.

“We can expect cool and wet weather conditions until the current surge ends sometime next week. This will then result in clearer skies but thunderstorms can still occur,” he said.

Meanwhile, MetMalaysia's DG Muhammad Helmi Abdullah said there's a possibility of thunderstorms occurring in states like Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, and Johor until mid-February. “There is also a high possibility of thunderstorms in West Coast states such as Selangor, Perak and Melaka, with heavy rains and strong winds,” he said.


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