MetM’sia Issues Level 1 Heatwave Warning For 4 Regions, Temperatures May Hit 40° Celsius

Remember to stay hydrated.
The Meteorological Department has issued a Level 1 heatwave warning for four cities, urging the public to prepare for high temperatures over the next three days, which might hit 40 degrees Celsius.

According to a notice posted on the department’s Facebook page on Monday afternoon, two regions in Peninsular Malaysia are currently under a Level 1 warning: Kuala Krai in Kelantan and Temerloh in Pahang.

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Additionally, Kinabatangan in Sabah and Mukah in Sarawak in East Malaysia are also under a Level 1 warning.

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Image via FB/Malaysian Meteorological Department
Level 1 warning east malaysia
Image via FB/Malaysian Meteorological Department

Might reach up to 35-40 degrees Celsius

The notice highlights that these areas are expected to experience maximum temperatures of at least 35 to 40 degrees Celsius continuously over the next three days.

The department advises local residents to take appropriate protective measures during the heatwave. It is recommended to avoid prolonged exposure to the sun and to stay hydrated to prevent heatstroke and other heat-related health issues.

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For the latest updates on the high-temperature weather conditions, please visit the Meteorological Department’s official Facebook Page.

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