Morning rain, evening storms expected

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 14 Oct 2004

KUALA LUMPUR: Coastal areas in the peninsula are expected to experience rain in the mornings with isolated thunderstorms throughout the country during the current inter-monsoon season. 

The areas include Selangor, Johor, Malacca, Negri Sembilan and south Perak.  

A Meteorological Services Department spokesman said the current weather pattern with light and variable surface wind was expected to last until next month. 

“The afternoons are going to be warm, and due to the light and variable winds there will be gusting and thunderstorms in the evenings,” she said. 

She added that light and variable winds could also cause unpredictable weather patterns. 

Rainfall level, however, had been normal, the spokesman added. 

During the north-east monsoon period, to start next month and expected to last till March, the country can expect more rainfall. 

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