|Monthly Rainfall Review|
Generally, Malaysia is still in the phase of Southwest Monsoon. However, most areas are not as dry as usual condition in Southwest Monsoon phase. There were some places receiving below average total rainfall, whereas East Malaysia region received above average total rainfallRainfall
(i) Peninsular Malaysia
Most areas in Peninsular Malaysia experienced wet weather condition where the total rainfall received is more than 200mm especially in south of Kedah, Perak, north of Selangor, interior part of Pahang and south of Johor. Meanwhile, other areas received an average total rainfall except Pulau Pinang where the total rainfall amount is less than average. The lowest number of rain days was recorded in Kuala Terengganu which account for 9 days. Meanwhile the highest number of rain days was recorded as 25 rain days in Cameron Highlands.
In Sarawak, the western and eastern division has received 60% higher than average rainfall and the total rainfall has exceeded 400mm. The other division has received normal average rainfall. Meanwhile Kapit, Belaga and Miri received less than average rainfall which is less than 300mm. For the number of rainy days part, all station in Sarawak has recorded ranged between 17 to 26 days.
The same weather condition occurred in Sabah. Most divisions received 60% higher than average rainfall especially Kota Kinabalu and Keningau division, where the total rainfall has exceed 300mm. Meanwhile Tawau, Lahad Datu and Kudat received 60% below the average rainfall and the total rainfall recorded was less than 200mm. For the number of rain days part, all station in Sabah recorded the range between 15 to 23 days.
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