Floods recede as wet weather eases


Going down: A resident cleaning up as floodwaters recede from the interior of her home at Sungai Manik in Hilir Perak. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: A sunny break in inclement weather saw floods in most parts of the country subsiding and evacuees allowed to return home.

However, the Meteorological Department has warned Malaysians to expect more rainfall and thunderstorms in the coming week.

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