Blowing hot and wet


Unpredictable weather: An aerial view of the flash floods in Kuala Lumpur. — Photo courtesy of ITIS DBKL

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia seems to be caught between two extremes, with the sun bearing down and temperatures hitting 35°C on one day, and rain pouring until cities are flooded the next.

The Fire and Rescue Department also seem to be caught between floods and hot places, monitoring flood-prone areas and fire hotspots around the country.

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