The Malaysian Meteorological Department (MET Malaysia) has said our country is currently experiencing a shift of the monsoon season until mid-May
In a statement released on 26 March, the MET department said states in the west coast and central of the peninsula, west coast of Sabah, as well as west and central of Sarawak will be heavily affected by the monsoon shift.
Heavy rain, thunderstorms, and strong winds are expected during this period in the late evenings.
MET department director-general Alui Bahari said that the peak of the monsoon shift will take place in April
Alui also urged the public to avoid being in open space when it rains and to not park vehicles close to tall trees as they can fall due to strong wind
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You can read the statement from the MET Department here: