Brace yourselves because winter is coming.
Well, not exactly but it’s definitely going to get a little chilly because the Malaysian Meteorological Department (METMalaysia) has predicted that there will be rain and thunderstorms in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor until next week Wednesday (1 May 2019).
Sinar Harian wrote that no rain was predicted to occur at night and in the morning during that period. That being said, METMalaysia reported that Sepang is expected to experience rain from today (26 April 2019) until Sunday (28 April 2019).
Meanwhile, rainfall is predicted in Petaling and Hulu Langat until Saturday (27 April 2019). Additionally, rainfall is forecasted in Kuala Langat on Saturday and Sunday while Hulu Selangor and Gombak will experience rain until Friday (26 April).
Nevertheless, the weather in Kuala Langat is expected to shift on Saturday and Sunday as it will be hot, but rain is expected again in Kuala Langat from Monday to Wednesday.
In the meantime, Klang is predicted to have no rain until Wednesday but it may rain in several places on Sunday. On the other hand, Sabak Bernam and Kuala Selangor will experience hot weather until next week Wednesday.
On that note, make sure you plan your days accordingly so your plans don’t get affected by the weather. Don’t forget to share this article with your friends and families to inform them about the upcoming thunderstorms and rain.
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