‘Strong’ El Nino cause low rainfall Malaysia

Bernama: Malaysia's rainfall intensity is expected to reduce by 20 to 60 percent starting this month, following the El Nino phenomenon currently sweeping the country. Meteorological Department director-general Che Gayah Ismail said the current El Nino level was categorised as 'strong' and the country's temperature is expected to rise between 0.5 to two degrees Celsius. She said the strong impact of El Nino would continue until April with the northern states in the peninsula starting to feel its effects.......

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