Heavy rain expected to continue


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  • Saturday, 29 Nov 2003

PETALING JAYA: Heavy rain and isolated showers are expected to continue until next year as a result of the north-east monsoon season. 

A Meteorological Services Department official said that for states such as Selangor, Perak and Negri Sembilan, afternoon showers and thunderstorms have been forecast for the weekend. 

He said the frequent rain was part of the monsoon, which is characterised by steady north-east winds, which usually blow from mid-November to early March.  

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