Monday, October 19, 2015

Current Haze Situation in KL (and Malaysia)

Little wonder that schools are shut today in a number of states. Seremban has hit 184 and as you can see the high API readings are mostly concentrated on the lower half of west coast of West Malaysia.

Mondays shouldn't start like this. If anything, Mondays should come with blue skies and bright sunshine.

No matter, may your weather be what you hope for wherever you are.. Happy Monday!

Source: http://aqicn.org/map/malaysia/

6 comments:

  1. Gosh! Long time did not drop by your blog! How are you? The haze! I hate it!! When will it be over soon? Indonesia can't be doing this to us every year!!

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    1. Yeah, thought you'd forgotten it. :p Welcome back! I am doing ok. Tks for asking.

      The haze. Aargh! Probably 2.6B buckets of water could put out the fire, any fire for that matter,. Oops! Did I say that? Can't help it, that 2.6 is quite a magical number these days, isn't it? LOL

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  2. it was coming back over the weekend and getting worse on Monday.. this morning i thought it was a little clearer, but towards the afternoon, it got even worse than yesterday.. now schools have to be closed days after another..

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    1. It's not getting better but is worse off today. Shah Alam is at 233! Port Klang at 201, Putrajaya at 192. Kuala Lumpur (no reading) but must be in the region as visibility is worse off than it was yesterday.

      Yes, bad timing for schools when major exams are ongoing or imminent this time of the year.

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  3. Bad badder baddiest...oops haze affecting first victim

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    1. Oh dear! Do take care there.

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