Floods: Malaysia expected to face third wave of high tide in January, February, says DID

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is forecasted to face the third phase of the high tide phenomenon from Jan 2 to 5 and from Jan 18 to 21 followed by Jan 31 to Feb 3.

Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID) Water Resources Management and Hydrology Division director Ir Azmi Ibrahim said the seawater level would be at its highest level, which could cause flooding during major high tides.

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