Dry spell in Sabah and Sarawak

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  • Thursday, 25 Jun 2015

Blue skies at risk: A slight haze (background) can be seen over the sky in Kuching over the weekend. Horizontal visibility in the city was reduced briefly to 6km on Monday.

KUCHING: Sabah and Sarawak have recorded the third highest cumulative hotspot counts this year compared to the same period annually since 2006.

A total of 559 hotspots have been detected in Sabah and Sarawak, although last year, which was the highest, the cumulative count was at about 800 hotspots.

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