Water levels at Malaysian dams falling

New Straits Times: The prolonged oppressive hot weather experienced in some parts of the country has been partly attributed to climate change. A weather expert said climate change will see the country experiencing extreme weather conditions. These are expected to peak between 2025 and 2050. During this period, the country may experience heavy showers and storms which could lead to flash floods. On the other extreme, hot spells may result in long droughts. The heat wave over the past few weeks has ......

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