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CYBERJAYA: Kedah, Penang and Melaka have yet to apply for cloud seeding activities despite having low water levels in their dams, says the National Water Services Commission (SPAN).
PETALING JAYA: As northern states battle hot and dry days, cloud seeding will continue in Kedah and Penang to ease parched farmland and raise dam water levels, says the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia).
ALOR SETAR: Cloud seeding operations have started in Kedah to ease farmers stricken with drought.
ALOR SETAR: Cloud seeding operations have started in Kedah, which were temporarily set back as clear blue skies indicated an absence of clouds to seed.
ALOR STAR (Bernama): The Kedah government is relying on information from the Meteorological Department to determine the best time to carry out cloud seeding.
MELAKA: Concern over water shortage is looming in the state after the level at the main Durian Tunggal Dam is close to reaching the critical mark, says a source.
KULAI: Although the Johor government is planning to have cloud-seeding operations in early February as a proactive measure against water shortage, the public is urged to be prudent in their daily use of the natural resource.
ALOR SETAR: The water crisis in northern states is unlikely to get better with two dams in Kedah already hovering at the danger level.
KLANG: The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) has cautioned that the water shortage in Alor Setar, Kuala Muda, Langkawi and Penang may prolong as the flow of raw water into the respective treatment plants could reduce due to the hot weather.