Rain relief for Klang Valley folks soon
Published on Mar 5, 2014 9:52 AM
PETALING JAYA (The Star/Asia News Network) - Klang Valley folks will not have to wait too long to get some relief from the prolonged dry spell as there should be changes in wind patterns soon, said the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MMD).
MMD’s national weather centre director Muhammad Helmi Abdullah said rain was expected to occur gradually following the change from the north-eastern monsoon towards the inter-monsoon season over the next two weeks.
“It is difficult to predict when the next showers will occur, but by mid-March, do expect more showers and thunderstorms,” he said yesterday.
Despite that, Mr Muhammad Helmi said cloud seeding operations would continue over water catchment areas serving dams.
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