Cloud seeding put on hold due to rainy season

Cloud seeding operation in progress. - Filepic

PETALING JAYA: Cloud seeding operations will be put on hold for a few days as the country is seeing near daily thunderstorms and showers of the inter-monsoon season, even if the levels in the dams in Klang Valley are not showing any signs of increasing.

National weather centre director Muham­mad Helmi Abdullah said cloud seeding was unnecessary given the current rainfall patterns.

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