PETALING JAYA: The sweltering heat over the past few days is a taste of how hot it can be in the coming months.
Although there may be isolated rain and even thunderstorms in the next three months, the MeteoÂrological Department says the average temperature could go as high as 36°C.
On Sunday, it said, meteorological stations in Felda Belera, Terengganu, and Daro, Sarawak, recorded readings of up to 37°C.
Apart from the hot and dry weather, more forest fires and thick smog are also expected in the near future.
The department said the country had entered the south-west monsoon season and Malaysians woul…
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