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WEATHER

Kelantan Flood 2014

Weather-Local

Our country is characterised by two monsoon classifications, namely, the Southwest Monsoon and ´┐╝the Northeast Monsoon. The Northeast Monsoon brings heavy rainfall, whereas the Southwest Monsoon normally signifies with drier weather.

However, recently we faced with unpredicted weather phenomenon such as tornado, continuous drought and massive flood.

Therefore, weather of real data is necessary for many activities. In other hand, we also generate the data into historical graph and report.

Drier weather

Flood-Local

Floods in Malaysia can be classified in two categories:
i) Flash flood ;and
ii) Monsoon flood
Hydrological perspectives dictate that the difference between these two disasters is the period taken by the river flow to recede to the normal level. We are currently developing an urban flood warning detector to enable better preparation in safeguarding both lives and property. Our first test site is located in the area of Cheras.

Peninsular METAR Reading

Wind Reading

Today: 23-10-2019 03:14

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International


Malacca


Langkawi International


Sultan Ismail Petra

2 miles per hour

Sitiawan

3 miles per hour

Mersing

6 miles per hour

Kuantan

3 miles per hour

Penang International


Kuala Lumpur International

Pressure Reading

Today: 23-10-2019 03:14

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International

29.82

Malacca

29.82 inches of mercury

Langkawi International

29.79 inches of mercury

Sultan Ismail Petra

29.79 inches of mercury

Sitiawan

29.82 inches of mercury

Mersing


Kuantan

29.79 inches of mercury

Penang International

29.76 inches of mercury

Kuala Lumpur International

29.79 inches of mercury

Temperature Reading

Today: 23-10-2019 03:14

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International

25 celsius

Malacca

24 celsius

Langkawi International

25 celsius

Sultan Ismail Petra

25 celsius

Sitiawan

24 celsius

Mersing

23 celsius

Kuantan

25 celsius

Penang International

26 celsius

Kuala Lumpur International

25 celsius