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ln Brief: storms to slam coast, mountains

ln Brief: storms to slam coast, mountains

The Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology issued a statement Tuesday warning that mountainous and coastal areas could be heavily affected by lightning and rain through Saturday. The statement from Minister Lim Kean Hor said the inclement weather would be caused by low pressure from nearby countries. The low pressure today and Thursday is expected to come from the South China Sea. The statement also warned coastal residents that waves could reach 1 to 2 metres in height.

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