|Monthly Rainfall Review|
Malaysia is currently in the phase of the Southwest Monsoon generally regular surface winds blowing from the southwest, where the weather is relatively dry compared to other seasons.
(i) Peninsular Malaysia
Overall, weather conditions in Peninsular Malaysia in July 2015 is wetter than in June 2015. Most areas received rainfall on the average up to above average. But drier weather conditions recorded in some areas around the southern Terengganu, interior Pahang, Selangor and Perak south.
In Sarawak, most areas experienced dry weather conditions with average rainfall below, except the Kuching and Sibu recorded a rainfall average. Accumulated rainfall is between 50 mm to 200 mm.
In Sabah, most of the area received average rainfall below except in the west of Sabah and Kudat has received average above rainfall with percentage anomalies of above 60%. This is influenced by the effects of Cyclone Linfa crossing the South China Sea that brought strong winds and thunderstorms in Sabah waters.
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