Hot, hot, hot till September
By BEH YUEN HUI
KUALA LUMPUR: Temperatures have been rising all over the country, with Klang Valley (Subang) recording 35.6°C last Friday.
Outside the Klang Valley, Pahang (Batu Embun) experienced the hottest temperature last Thursday at 36.2°C.
The Meteorological Department said the hot and generally dry spell was expected to persist until September.
Department chief assistant director (central forecast office) Ahmad Zaki Mohamad Saad said the weather pattern was a usual phenomenon in the country.
He said that April and May were the hottest months according to climatology studies.
“The change of wind direction during the inter-monsoon season last month has caused the weather to be drier,’’ he said.
Ahmad Zaki said the country would experience the South-West monsoon from mid-May to September which usually brought a dry spell, he said.
He said although humid weather was forecast during the day, occasional rain and thunderstorms could be expected.
The maximum temperature is expected to range from 30.7°C to 34.1°C.
Extract from the Star.
So... marilah kite ke Air Terjun or Waterparks ro even the beach yg berdekatan coz the hot season are here to stay... Gua ngan erma skrg ni tido memlm pon berpeluh..Erma dah ler dgn her condition mcm tuh.. bdn dia sendiri pon panas... di tambah plak cuaca mcm nih.. kesian gua pada dia.
Kenalah gua beli air cond plak pas ni...hehe