KUCHING, Jan 21 – The Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) has ended the continuous rain warning issued for Sarawak, Johor and Bagang.
Its Director General Muhammad Helmi Abdullah said that based on the analysis of weather models, the weather has improved and there is no chance of continued rain in these states.
“This concludes the continuous rain warning issued at 12 noon on January 20 for the affected areas.
„The public can get the latest weather information through MetMalaysia's official website, the 'myCuaca' app or the department's official social media pages,” he said in a press release issued at 1.30pm today.
Those with further inquiries may contact the MetMalaysia hotline at 1-300-22-1638.
In a separate press release issued later, MetMalaysia issued a strong wind and rough sea warning for the South China Sea from January 24-28.
Based on the analysis of weather models, a concentration of easterly winds is expected during that period, which will cause sea turbulence with strong winds of 50 kmph and wave heights of up to 3.5 meters, which can be dangerous for small boats. . – Borneo Post
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