We do not predict floods, says weatherman


Close monitoring: The role of the National Weather Centre is to forecast the weather, not floods.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Meterological Department (MetMalaysia) says it has been wrongly blamed for what some say is its “failure to warn” people about the recent massive floods in east coast states.

MetMalaysia meteorological officer Ambun Dindang said the public had misconstrued the department’s role.

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