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The widespread flooding seen in many states of Malaysia in the last three days was caused by one-in-100-year rainfall, a senior official at the country’s Environment and Water Ministry said on Sunday.
“The annual rainfall in Kuala Lumpur is 2,400 millimeters and this means [Saturday’s] rainfall exceeded the average rainfall for a month. It is something beyond expectations and only occurs once every 100 years,” the ministry’s secretary general, Zaini Ujang, told a news conference. He was referring to rainfall as measured by a rain gauge.
Referring to measuring stations around Selangor-Kuala Lumpur, he said, as quoted by Bernama, that the Sentul station had recorded the highest amount of rainfall at 363 mm, followed by Sungai Bonus Jl. Tun Razak with 273 mm, Jinjang with 258 mm and Gombak with 247 mm.
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