Rough seas as north-east winds blow in


Gone with the wind: A man clearing debris following a thunderstorm that blew away some 30 canopies and bamboo sheds during an event at a cultural village in Batu Buruk, Kuala Terengganu.

PETALING JAYA: The wet and wild north-east monsoon appears to have swept away most of the haze.

The weather forecast by the Malaysian Meteorological Depart­ment warned of winds up to 50km per hour and waves as high as 3.5m coming from southern Vietnam.

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