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Pulau Layang Layang weather forecast

By: 0122855600, 3:56 PM GMT on September 29, 2013

General situation:

Very strong winds and thunderstorms will occur over the next 2 or 3 days due to Typhoon Wutip.The rain and strong winds will ease in the middle of the week as Typhoon Wutip dissipates with light winds on Thursday(though with strong gusts possible).




Sunday:

Storms.Very windy

Isolated to scattered thunderstorms especially at night.Strong southwesterly winds 50-60 km/h.Gales during thunderstorms,possibly severe.

precipitation chance:100%

Monday:

Storms.Winds easing

Isolated thunderstorms.Strong southwesterly winds 50-60 km/h in the morning easing to 30-40 km/h later in the day.Gales during thunderstorms,possibly in the morning

precipitation chance:100%

Tuesday:

Morning storm easing to showers.very windy

A thunderstorm in the morning easing to isolated showers.Strong southwesterly winds 30-40 km/h

precipitation chance:70%

Updated: 4:19 PM GMT on September 29, 2013

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showers and thunderstorms are possible overnight in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 3:15 PM GMT on September 29, 2013

Showers and thunderstorms are possible overnight in Kuala Lumpur especially near the coast.

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thunderstorms likely in Kuala Lumpur overnight

By: 0122855600, 4:22 PM GMT on September 28, 2013

Thunderstorms are likely in Kuala Lumpur overnight.And as of 12 AM very heavy rain and lots of lightning has been detected just slightly off the coast over the Straits of Melaka.The lightning can be seen in the distant from Kuala Lumpur as often as every 3 seconds.Such a thunderstorms can produce very strong winds near the coast.

Updated: 4:31 PM GMT on September 28, 2013

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northwesterly winds bust haze in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 12:24 PM GMT on September 28, 2013

The northwesterly winds have busted the haze that had been over Kuala Lumpur in the past few days.The northwesterly winds are caused by Typhoon Wutip.

Updated: 4:12 PM GMT on September 28, 2013

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Pabuk becomes extratropical

By: 0122855600, 4:15 PM GMT on September 26, 2013

Pabuk has become an extratropical cyclone as it moves over colder waters.

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Haze in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 3:57 PM GMT on September 26, 2013

Haze occurred in Kuala lumpur today due to dry weather over Sumatra.However, the API and visibility has not yet reached the level for haze in Kuala lumpur.

Updated: 4:10 PM GMT on September 26, 2013

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Kuala Lumpur sees hottest day of September

By: 0122855600, 4:31 PM GMT on September 25, 2013

Today was the hottest day of September in Kuala Lumpur and the hottest in about more than 30 days.Perhaps the only hotter day this September was Monday 23 September.

A chart of the of the maximum and minimum temperature reading in Malaysia today can be viewed at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9YW5MABhVdFZUlTY XRRVEkta1U/edit?usp=sharing .

If you can't view the chart please contact me at evanjltan@gmail.com.

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Sydney warned of severe fire danger,no rain likely until perhaps until late October

By: 0122855600, 4:19 PM GMT on September 25, 2013

Sydney,Australia is likely to see hot weather and possibly gales tomorrow.This prompts Bureau of Meteorology to release a "Severe Fire Danger" warning for parts of NSW.The warning states:

"Fire Weather Warning

IDN22000

Fire Weather Warning
for the Far North Coast, North Coast, Greater Hunter, Greater Sydney Region, New England, Northern Slopes and North Western fire areas
Issued at 3:31 pm EST on Wednesday 25 September 2013.
Weather Situation
A vigorous front will move swiftly across New South Wales tomorrow. Winds will generally be strong gusty northwesterlies ahead of the front and strong southwesterlies behind the front, tending to gale force through the Southern Ranges, Monaro Alpine, Illawarra and Hunter districts in the late morning and afternoon. Temperatures will range from hot to very hot in the northeast of the state, accompanied by dry conditions. Scattered showers with the chance of afternoon thunderstorms are forecast for the far south of the state.

For Thursday 26 September:
Extreme Fire Danger is forecast for the following fire area:
Greater Hunter
The NSW Rural Fire Service warns that any bushfire that starts has the potential to cause loss of life and destroy many homes.

Severe Fire Danger is forecast for the following fire areas:
Far North Coast, North Coast, Greater Sydney Region, New England, Northern Slopes and North Western
The NSW Rural Fire Service warns that any bushfire that starts has the potential to threaten lives and destroy homes.

The Rural Fire Service advises you to:
Check your bushfire survival plan - Now.
Monitor the fire and weather situation in any way you can: through www.rfs.nsw.gov.au and www.bom.gov.au, television or radio.
Call Triple Zero if you see a fire.
The Rural Fire Service advises that if you are in an area of Extreme Fire Danger:
If you plan to leave finalise your options and leave early on the day
Only stay if your home is specifically designed to withstand fire and you can actively defend it
Prepare for the emotional, mental and physical impact of defending your property - if in doubt, leave.
The Rural Fire Service advises that if you are in an area of Severe Fire Danger:
If you plan to leave finalise your options and leave early on the day
Only stay if your home is well prepared and you can actively defend it
Prepare for the emotional, mental and physical impact of defending your property - if in doubt, leave.
The next warning will be issued by 5:00 am EST Thursday.
Warnings Information
Total Fire Ban and Current Fire Danger Map
Tropical Cyclone Warnings and Information
Coastal Wind Warning Reference Points"

For the latest warnings please visit http://www.bom.gov.au/nsw/warnings/fire.shtml .

The Bureaus forecast for Sydney also states of a severe fire danger.Furthermore Sydney is not likely to see any rain over the next few days and even perhaps until late October.The bUreaus 7 day weather forecast for Sydney issued today can be viewed at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9YW5MABhVdFU0JyU Gx6Tk5EVm8/edit?usp=sharing and the Bureaus latest 7 day weather forecast can be viewed at http://www.bom.gov.au/nsw/forecasts/sydney.shtml.
If you can't view the image please contact me at evanjltan@gmail.com.

I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

Updated: 4:37 PM GMT on September 25, 2013

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thunderstorms possible again overnight in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:27 PM GMT on September 24, 2013

Thunderstorms are again possible overnight especially over coastal areas.

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more clouds over Peninsualr Malaysia this afternoon

By: 0122855600, 4:10 PM GMT on September 23, 2013

More clouds occurred over Peninsular Malaysia this afternoon.A satellite image can be viewed here .

If you can't view the image please contact me at evanjltan@gmail.com.

Updated: 4:59 PM GMT on September 23, 2013

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slight haze in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:09 PM GMT on September 23, 2013

Due to dry weather the number of hotspots have increased.This will cause slight haze however the haze is expected to only last for a short period of time due to the return of wet weather in the next day or two.

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Typhoon Usagi dissipates with wet weather to return to Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 3:25 PM GMT on September 23, 2013

Typhoon usagi has dissipated and there will be a chance of thunderstorms in Kuala Lumpur over the next few days.Perhaps some showers and even thunderstorms could be experienced offshore overnight.Furthermore, during the afternoon hours showers and thunderstorms can be expected to form inland by the next day or two due to strong solar heating.

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wet weather will return to Kuala Lumpur over the next few days

By: 0122855600, 1:49 PM GMT on September 22, 2013

Wet weather will return to Kuala Lumpur over the next few days as the two tropical cyclones currently causing this sunny weather will move further away from Kuala Lumpur.

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strong winds from typhoon Usagi to shift in direction in Hong Kong

By: 0122855600, 1:46 PM GMT on September 22, 2013

Strong winds from typhoon Usagi to shift in direction in Hong Kong over the next few hours as the typhoon makes landfall and weakens.

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Perth hit by strong winds

By: 0122855600, 1:25 PM GMT on September 22, 2013

Perth was hit by damaging winds last night and will see damaging winds again overnight as a cold front will pass through the area overnight.

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hot,sunny and dry weather occured Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:33 PM GMT on September 21, 2013

Hot,sunny and dry weather occurred in Kuala Lumpur today due to Super Typhoon Usagi,now weakened to Severe Typhoon Usagi.





Figure.1 satellite image shows that Peninsular malaysia
was nearly cloud free today.

If you can't view the image please contact me at evanjltan@gmail.com .

Updated: 4:56 PM GMT on September 21, 2013

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Perth likely to see squally thunderstorms,damaging wind and possible hail tomorrow.

By: 0122855600, 4:27 PM GMT on September 21, 2013

While Hong Kong is expected to see squally showers,damaging winds tomorrow,Perth,Western Australia likely to see squally thunderstorms,damaging winds and possible hail tomorrow as a strong cold front will pass through the area.Another important note is that the Perth(Serpentine) radar is down again so you will have to use the backup Perth Airport radar.

Updated: 4:28 PM GMT on September 21, 2013

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Super Typhoon Usagi will produce severe weather in Hong Kong tommorow

By: 0122855600, 4:24 PM GMT on September 21, 2013

Super Typhoon Usagi,which now has weakened to Severe Typhoon Usagi will produce squally showers,possible lightning and damaging winds in Hong Kong tomorrow.

Just prior to the storm Hong Kong had been baked in the heat today as the temperature had reached 34 Degrees Celsius in Hong Kong this afternoon and as of 12 midnight today some areas in Hong Kong are still recording a hot 32 Degrees Celsius.

The Hong Kong Observatory had released a heat warning earlier today stating:

"The Very Hot Weather Warning is now in force. The Hong Kong
Observatory is forecasting very hot weather in Hong Kong
today. The risk of heatstroke is high.

When engaged in outdoor work or activities, do drink plenty
of water and avoid over exertion. If not feeling well, take
a rest in the shade or cooler place as soon as possible.

People staying indoors without air-conditioning should keep
windows open as far as possible to ensure that there is
adequate ventilation.

The Hong Kong Observatory advises that prolonged exposure
under sunlight is to be avoided. Loose clothing, suitable
hats and UV-absorbing sunglasses can reduce the chance of
sunburn by solar ultraviolet radiation.

Swimmers and those taking part in outdoor activities should
use a sunscreen lotion of SPF 15 or above, and should
re-apply it frequently.

Beware of health and wellbeing of elderly or persons with
chronic medical conditions. If you know of them, call or
visit them occasionally to check if they need any
assistance.

Dispatched by Hong Kong Observatory at 16:20 HKT on 21.09.2013".

The latest tropical cyclone bulletin from the Hong Kong Observatory states:

"Tropical Cyclone Bulletin
Here is the latest Tropical Cyclone Bulletin issued by the Hong Kong Observatory.

The Strong Wind Signal, No. 3 was issued at 11:40 p.m.

This means that winds with mean speeds of 41 to 62 kilometres per hour are expected.

At midnight, Severe Typhoon Usagi was estimated to be about 530 kilometres east-southeast of Hong Kong (near 21.3 degrees north 119.2 degrees east) and is forecast to move west-northwest at about 18 kilometres per hour across the northeastern part of the South China Sea and towards the vicinity of Pearl River Estuary.

According to the present forecast track, Usagi will come rather close to the vicinity of the Pearl River Estuary on Sunday and Monday and will pose severe threat to Hong Kong.

Strong winds have already started to affect high ground. Local winds will also strengthen gradually. In the past hour, the maximum sustained winds recorded at Tate's Cairn were 48 kilometres per hour with maximum gusts 58 kilometres per hour.

Local weather will deteriorate significantly with rough seas and heavy squally showers. Under the effect of the astronomical high tide, storm surge induced by Usagi may also lead to flooding in low-lying areas on Sunday night. The public should be on the alert, and take precautions against strong winds and flooding as early as possible.

(Precautionary Announcements with No. 3 Signal)

1. Since seas are rough and there are swells, you are advised to stay away from the shoreline and not to engage in water sports.

2. You are advised not to delay in taking all precautions to protect your home or property. Make sure now that all loose objects are secure. Porch furniture, flower pots and other objects likely to be blown away should be taken indoors. Check again and make sure all windows and doors can be securely locked.

3. Storm water drains should be cleared of leaves and rubbish, this applies particularly to dwellers in low-lying areas.

4. Flights at Hong Kong International Airport may be affected by the weather. Please contact your airline for the latest flight information before departing for the airport.

5. For safety reasons, it is suggested that all outdoor activities be cancelled.

6. Small craft owners should now complete arrangements for the safety of their boats.

7. Fishing vessels not yet in typhoon shelters should seek shelter without delay. Check again that all deck fittings are firmly fastened. If available, heavy anchors should be prepared and used in addition to regular anchors.

8. Listen to radio, watch TV or browse the Hong Kong Observatory's web site for information on the tropical cyclone.".

This tropical cyclone is the cause of the sunny and hot weather in Malaysia today.

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Perth is likely to see thunderstorms tomorrow and on Sunday

By: 0122855600, 4:26 PM GMT on September 19, 2013

Perth is likely to see thunderstorms tomorrow and on Sunday as two cold fronts will brush Western Australia.The first cold front will arrive in perth,western Australia tomorrow morning and the second cold front will arrive on Sunday morning.

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Super Typhoon Usagi

By: 0122855600, 3:20 PM GMT on September 19, 2013

Super Typhoon Usagi,which is currently a category 5 typhoon is expected to take a northwesterly path over the next few days.The typhoon should pass over Southern Taiwan On Saturday and affect the southeastern coast of China and Hong Kong on Sunday.The typhoon is expected to produce mainly dry weather in Kuala lumpur.Probably even before the typhoon dissipates another tropical cyclone will form and move northeastwards but is not expected to affect any land.This condition will result in little or no break from the dry weather in Kuala Lumpur.Wet weather could return to Kuala Lumpur sometime in the middle of next week when the possible tropical cyclone transitions to an extratropical cyclone.I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

Updated: 4:39 PM GMT on September 19, 2013

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Darwin saw no rain today but some showers or even thunderstorms are possible tomorrow

By: 0122855600, 3:43 PM GMT on September 18, 2013

Darwin,Australia saw no rain today but some showers or even thunderstorms are possible tomorrow.However,Batchelor, south and further inland of Darwin saw 29 mm of rain at around 4 PM.

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Darwin could see some afternoon showers and even thunderstorms tommorow and Thursday

By: 0122855600, 4:09 PM GMT on September 17, 2013

Darwin could see some afternoon showers and even thunderstorms tomorrow and Thursday,most likely inland due to moist winds.

Updated: 4:09 PM GMT on September 17, 2013

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heavy rain drenched New South Wales,Australian Capital Territory

By: 0122855600, 4:06 PM GMT on September 17, 2013

Heavy rain drenched New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory as a low pressure system mentioned in previous posts had moved over the area.In a 24 hour period Sydney Airport saw 57mm or rain,Canberra saw 58 mm while Tugerranong,Australian Capital Territory saw 74mm which is more rainfall than the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Kuala Lumpur saw during any 24 hour period for this wet month of September.The rainfall accumulations at Sydney Airport were just 10 mm lower than the maximum 24 hour accumulated rainfall recorded at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah airport(67mm for this wet month.Abd Canberra just 1 mm for than that at Sydney Airport.

However,since 9 am on Tuesday(September 17 0mm of rain fell at Sydney airport despite Cumulonimbus clouds seen in the afternoon towards the north and heavy rain is not expected in Sydney at least until September 28.

Weather Zone has released a few articles about this heavy rain.They can be viewed at:

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/heavy-rainfall -in-canberra-breaks-record/25411

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/news/rain-brings-sm iles-across-new-south-wales/25414

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Tropical storm Usagi forms and could bring dry weather to Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 2:04 PM GMT on September 17, 2013

Tropical storm Usagi forms and could bring dry weather to Kuala Lumpur from tomorrow to this weekend when the typhoon is expected to dissipate.The typhoon is expected to intensify as it moves northwestwards over favourable conditions.This typhoon could intensify to a
category 3 or 4 typhoon by Friday as it will produce possible heavy rain and strong winds over Northern Philippines.This condition is expected bring dry weather,"strong" southerly winds especially during the afternoon hours and the possible return of hot weather and haze on Friday.Perhaps on Saturday morning the storm will make landfall on Taiwan and later move towards southeastern China and Hong Kong and disissipating by Sunday.As the typhoon dissipated wet weather cold return to Kuala Lumpur.However By Tuesday next week another tropical cyclone could develop again to the west of the Philiphines bringing dry weather to Kuala Lumpur again for about 7 or 8 days.

Meanwhile,A low pressure area to the east of Vietnam will produce heavy rainfall and potentially flooding over Vietnam,Laos,Cambodia and Thailand over the next few days.However,This low pressure system is to near to land to form into a tropical cyclone over the next few days.The heavy rain from this low pressure area is expected to move southwestwards over the next few days and could cause showers and even thunderstorms to spread into the northwestern parts of Peninsular malaysia while Kuala Lumpur is still expected to remain dry.Currently the cirrus clouds from this low pressure area extends southwestwards all the way towards Peninsular Malaysia,Sumatra and the Indian Ocean,along with those cirrus clouds formed over the Peninsular Malaysia due to thunderstorms this afternoon.

I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

Updated: 2:43 PM GMT on September 17, 2013

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Perth could see hail overnight and tomorrow in the morning

By: 0122855600, 1:18 PM GMT on September 16, 2013

Perth, Western Australia could see some hail overnight and tomorrow in the morning with a 10% chance.

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Brisbane thunderstorms

By: 0122855600, 12:26 PM GMT on September 16, 2013

Thunderstorms with very heavy rain is currently occurring over Brisbane, Queensland.These thunderstorms are associated with a low pressure area mentioned in previous posts, yesterday.Since 9:30 PM 14.6MM of reason had already fallen at Brisbane Airport.

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Tropical storm Man-yi produced severe weather this morning over Tokyo

By: 0122855600, 9:53 AM GMT on September 16, 2013

Tropical storm Man-yi produced severe weather this morning over Tokyo,Japan.The strongest winds occurred at around 9:15 AM even though the lowest sea level pressure was recorded at 11:30 AM.The weather conditions have eased now in Tokyo,Japan just as I had predicted yesterday night.Tropical storm Man-yi is expected to move northeastwards before transitioning into an extratropical cyclone.

Updated: 10:02 AM GMT on September 16, 2013

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thunderstorms possible tomorrow morning and again in the afternoon in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 9:44 AM GMT on September 16, 2013

Thunderstorms are possible tomorrow in the morning and again in the afternoon in Kuala Lumpur.

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squall line detected over Western Victoria,Australia

By: 0122855600, 7:46 AM GMT on September 16, 2013

A squall line has been detected over eastern Victoria and is moving eastwards towards Melbourne.Beware of lightning strikes.Lightning is currently occurring over western Victoria.

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Tropical storm Man-yi causing heavy rain and strong winds over southeastern japan

By: 0122855600, 4:55 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

Tropical storm Man-yi is currently causing heavy rain and strong winds over southeastern Japan.Japanese weather radars indicate heavy rain over southeastern Japan.Lightning is also possible over southeastern japan overnight even though with a low chance.Tornadoes are also possible near Tokyo overnight but again with a low chance.Tokyo is likely to see the most severe weather tomorrow morning but is expected to ease later in the day as the tropical cyclone moves north eastwards.

Updated: 4:58 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

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Brisbane is likely to see some thunderstorms tommorow

By: 0122855600, 4:38 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

Brisbane is likely to see some thunderstorms tomorrow as a low pressure area will pass through the area tomorrow.The thunderstorms are most likely during the evening or at night.However,the most severe thunderstorms should occur on Monday night,off the coast.The low pressure area is associated with the cold front that passed over Perth,Western Australia on Friday.

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Sydney is likely to see heavy rain and possible thunderstorms tomorrow.

By: 0122855600, 4:34 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

Sydney is likely to see heavy rain and possible thunderstorms tomorrow as a low pressure area is expected to move over the region that is associated with the cold front that passed Perth,Western Australia on Friday last week.A few thunderstorms are also possible in Sydney on Tuesday.The rain is likely to be heavy and prolonged.Rainfall amounts of more that 40mm are possible.

Updated: 4:47 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

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Perth should see some showers,rain and possible thunderstorms tommorow

By: 0122855600, 4:24 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

Showers and rain is likely tomorrow in Perth,Western Australia as a cold front moves through the area.Thunderstorms are also possible but most likely over the southern suburbs.Strong winds and gales are also possible tomorrow in the afternoon.The rain could possibly be heavy and prolonged.Thunderstorms with possible hail are also possible on Tuesday morning due to moist cool air behind the cold front.

Updated: 4:28 PM GMT on September 15, 2013

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thunderstorms activity begins in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 7:24 AM GMT on September 14, 2013

Thunderstorm activity has started in Kuala Lumpur as lightning has been detected to the north of the city center.Dark clouds can also be seen to the north from my house and the rumbling of the thunder can be heard.

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Tropical storm Man-yi forms but thunderstorms still possible in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:47 PM GMT on September 13, 2013

Tropical storm Man-yi forms but thunderstorms still possible or even likely in Kuala Lumpur over the next few days as the tropical storm is expected to make landfall over Japan.

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lots of lightning in Australia

By: 0122855600, 4:45 PM GMT on September 13, 2013

Lots of lightning has been experienced in Australia with a 16 year old girl being struck by lightning near Mildura.Currently lightning is being experienced in New South Wales.

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thunderstorms in Perth

By: 0122855600, 12:10 PM GMT on September 13, 2013

Currently lightning has been detected near Bunbury and Albany.Over the next few hours thunderstorms are possible in Perth,Western Australia.Thunderstorms are again possible tomorrow.I will continue to monitor this condition closely.

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frost possible in Melbourne overnight especially over the mountains

By: 0122855600, 5:01 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Frost is possible overnight in Melbourne especially over the mountains.

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possible typhoon Man-yi is now likely to make landfall over Japan

By: 0122855600, 4:59 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Possible typhoon Man-yi is now likely to make landfall over Japan in the next few days and turn into an extratropical cyclone later.This affects the weather in Malaysia as there could be much more rain falling in Kuala Lumpur next week.I will continue monitoring this situation closely.

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thunderstorms in Adelaide

By: 0122855600, 4:56 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Thunderstorms are possible in Adelaide overnight and tomorrow morning.These thunderstorms can reach Melbourne tomorrow.In fact lightning has been detected not too far from Adelaide just 20 minutes ago.These thunderstorms are accosted with a low pressure system associated with the cold front that caused thunderstorms in Perth on Wednesday.

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thunderstorms are likely in Perth tommorow

By: 0122855600, 4:37 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Thunderstorms are likely in Perth tomorrow associated with a cold front.Much of the heavy rain and thunderstorms should begin in the afternoon and can persist until Sunday morning.On Monday thunderstorms are again possible but mainly over the southern suburbs.However,the CAPE(Convective Available Potential Energy) may not be sufficient for thunderstorm development on Monday.

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thunderstorms possible in Brisbane on Saturday,Monday and Tuesday

By: 0122855600, 4:27 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Thunderstorms are possible in Brisbane,Australia on Saturday,Monday and Tuesday.On Monday or Tuesday the thunderstorms are more likely off the coast.

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thunderstorms are likely in New York this afternoon

By: 0122855600, 3:32 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

Thunderstorms are likely to occur in New York this afternoon.

Updated: 3:55 PM GMT on September 12, 2013

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drier weather for Kuala Lumpur for the remainder of September

By: 0122855600, 4:56 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

Drier weather is expected for the rest of September in Kuala Lumpur as two possible typhoons could be active over the western pacific basin for the remainder of September.

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thunderstorms slam Perth and Mandurah

By: 0122855600, 4:50 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

Thunderstorms and wild winds slammed into the southwestern coast of Western Australia(including Mandurah and Perth) last night as a cold front arrived.Even now there are many showers surrounding Perth due to moist westerly to southwesterly winds behind the cold front that caused the thunderstorms and wild winds.Thunderstorms are also expected on Friday and Saturday morning with even hail possible on Saturday morning.For the rest of the month the days with the highest chance of thunderstorms are September 13,September 14,September 15,September 17,September 21,September 22,September 27 and September 28.But the strongest winds should occur before sunrise(again) on September 22.Nevertheless the winds expected on these days should not be as strong as the winds experienced last night and yesterday(September 11).I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

Updated: 4:58 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

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two tropical storms possible for the rest of September over the western pacific basin

By: 0122855600, 4:25 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

Possible typhoon Man-yi may form into a tropical depression over the next day or two and intensify further.The possible typhoon is expected to reach southern Japan by Sunday and from then it could either be steered northeastwards towards the rest of Japan or turn south westwards towards Taiwan and make landfall there on thursday(September 19) and then proceed to the southeastern coast of mainland China on Friday(20 September).The possible typhoon will then turn into a remnant low pressure area and cause heavy rains over the more inland areas of mainland China for that weekend(September 21 and September 22).Then on Sunday(September 22) or Monday(September 23) another tropical depression could develop and intensify into a tropical storm or even a typhoon as it approaches Japan on Saturday(September 28 or Sunday(September 29).This condition can cause much drier weather conditions for Kuala Lumpur for the remainder of September and could lead to the return of hot weather,southwesterly winds and the haze.I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

Updated: 4:58 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

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Another cold night likely in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:25 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Another cold night is likely in Kuala Lumpur with some rain and even thunderstorms possible overnight mainly near the coast.

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Cold night in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:24 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Last night was a very cold night in Kuala Lumpur with temperatures reaching 22.4 Degrees Celsius at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport.

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soaking week for WA

By: 0122855600, 4:23 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Soaking weather is expected through this week over the west coast of Western Australia into areas as high north as Exmouth.

Updated: 4:48 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

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Brisbane to reach 32 Degrees Celsius tomorrow says Bureau

By: 0122855600, 4:21 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Brisbane,Australia is expected to reach 32 Degrees Celsius tomorrow says the Bureau.

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Darwin saw a rain shower at 2 AM Bureau says showers possible again tommorow morning

By: 0122855600, 4:20 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Darwin,Australia saw showers this morning at 2 AM.The Bureau says showers are again possible tomorrow morning.

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wet weather expected in melbourne for the next 7 days

By: 0122855600, 4:19 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Wet weather is expected over the next few days in melbourne,Australia.Even on Thursday when rain shower activity is expected to be minimal showers are still possible in the morning towards the southeast.Melbourne is expected to see the most rain on Friday due to a weather trough associated with the cold front that is expected to pass over Western Australia within the next few hours.Next week Monday is expected to see lots of rain again due to a weather trough associated with a cold front that is expected to pass over Western Australia on Friday.

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Sydney cools down after fires raged around Sydney

By: 0122855600, 3:38 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Fires raged around Sydney today as the temperature soared all the way up to 33 Degrees Celsius at 1:30 PM in the afternoon despite some showers to the nothwest earlier.Sydney Airport still observes smoke at 1:30 AM,12 hours from the raging fires in the afternoon at 1:30PM even though most of the raging fires have stopped.However,tomorrow is expected to be much cooler.The heat was caused by the strong northwesterly winds.It has never been this hot in Sydney since March 28 2013.Temperatures are not expected to reach as high as 33 Degrees Celsius for the next few months.

Updated: 3:51 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

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possible snow on Tasmanian mountains tomorrow and Thursday morning

By: 0122855600, 12:56 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

Snow is possible tomorrow and Thursday on the Tasmanian mountains especially those to the south of the island.Australian Government's Bureau of Meteorology's forecast also forecasts for possible hail in Hobart tomorrow with snow above 200 meters tomorrow and on Thursday morning.Mount Wellington is also expected to see snow showers tomorrow and on Thursday morning.

Updated: 3:13 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

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Possible typhoon Man-yi situation changed

By: 0122855600, 12:36 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

The situation of the possible typhoon Man-yi has changed.Currently the possible typhoon is expected to possibly turn south westwards before reaching Japan and therefore the western coast of China,Taiwan and Japan may be in threat of the possible typhoon.This also affects the weather in Kuala Lumpur as dry weather and possible mild haze may not occur this week and may only occur next week when the possible typhoon turns to move south westwards towards Taiwan when the possible typhoon is closer to Kuala Lumpur which is likely on Monday or Tuesday next week.I will continue monitoring this situation closely and hope to provide further updates if the situation changes significantly further.

Updated: 3:45 PM GMT on September 10, 2013

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Perth could be seeing three days with thunderstorms in a 7 day period

By: 0122855600, 4:56 PM GMT on September 09, 2013

In Western Australia,Perth could be seeing thunderstorms on Wednesday and again on Friday afternoon as several cold fronts will move into the southwestern corner of the state over the next few days and the strongest cold fronts will pass through on Wednesday and Friday.Perth can also be expected to see some showers and increasing winds tommorow as a weak cold front passes through the western part of the state.

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Possible typhoon by this weekend

By: 0122855600, 4:27 PM GMT on September 09, 2013

A typhoon is possible by this weekend as an area of convection located just to the east of Guam islands may develop into a tropical storm and then to a typhoon over the next few days as it nears Japan.The possible typhoon is expected to make landfall over southern Japan on Sunday morning and is expected to travel across the whole of Japan and possibly over Tokyo on Monday(September 16) evening.The possible typhoon will probably cause very strong winds and very heavy rain which could lead to floods.The possible will probably move out of Japan towards the north on Tuesday(September 17) morning.This possible typhoon may bring some dry weather from tomorrow towards near the weekend with possible mild haze in Kuala Lumpur.This condition may change however in the next few days.

Updated: 4:57 PM GMT on September 09, 2013

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possible dry weather in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:10 PM GMT on September 09, 2013

Dry weather is possible in Kuala Lumpur starting tomorrow as an area of convection may intensify to become a tropical storm or even a typhoon over the next few days.The dry weather could persist until near the weekend.

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think this is very wet?

By: 0122855600, 6:30 PM GMT on September 07, 2013

Do you think the weather in Kuala Lumpur has been very wet recently?Well the Malaysian Meteorological Department predicts even more rain to come in the next few months.But the forecast for September may be wrong as there is already so much rain in Kuala Lumpur.

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thunderstorms likely in Kuala Lumpur overnight and tomorrow

By: 0122855600, 5:43 PM GMT on September 06, 2013

Thunderstorms are likely overnight and tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur.

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thunderstorms are again possible overnight in Kuala Lumpur

By: 0122855600, 4:55 PM GMT on September 05, 2013

Thunderstorms are again possible overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

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thunderstorms possible in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow

By: 0122855600, 4:36 PM GMT on September 04, 2013

Thunderstorms are again possible tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur.

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Thunderstorms likely in Kuala Lumpur again tommorow

By: 0122855600, 4:51 PM GMT on September 02, 2013

Thunderstorms are likely in Kuala lumpur again however the development of another tropical storm might produce a break from the wet season temporary from Wednesday till this weekend.Gloomy weather can also be expected on Sunday.

Updated: 4:51 PM GMT on September 02, 2013

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thunderstorms likely in Kuala Lumpur again tomorrow due to changing wind patterns

By: 0122855600, 4:40 PM GMT on September 01, 2013

Thunderstorms are again likely in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow due to changing wind patterns which indicates the start of the wet season which can last until the end of the year or even next year.

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