Extreme hot weather: MetMalaysia issues warning for eight locations in Peninsular Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) has issued a warning of extreme dry and hot weather conditions in eight locations in the north of Peninsula Malaysia.

MetMalaysia in a statement on Wednesday (March 13) said among the locations identified were Padang Terap, Kota Setar, Pokok Sena, Pendang, Sik and Baling in Kedah; Hulu Perak in Perak and the state of Perlis.

The statement said the hot weather conditions with temperatures exceeding 35 degrees Celsius and reaching 37 degress Celsius could be expected for three consecutive days.

MetMalaysia advised the public to refer to its website at www.met.gov.my and social media platforms or download the myCuaca application to obtain the latest and accurate information. - Bernama

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