As all most of us are aware at the moment, one of the volcanoes in Indonesia has erupted during the weekend once. The eruption occurred again yesterday at 11.37 AM (10th Aug). It is said that the volcanic ash from Mount Sinabung which erupted on Indonesia’s Sumatra island was said to affect Malaysia as well.
Grey Sky In KL Show Signs Of Volcanic Ash Dispersion
According to the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) director-general Jailan Simon, Malaysia should expect the ash and dust from the volcanic eruption to enter our airspace on Monday night. It is also best to know that the dispersion will affect some states such as Perak, Kedah, Perlis, Penang Kelantan, Terengganu, and Pahang.
Meanwhile, according to Berita Harian, the volcanic ash and dust are causing the airspace in KL to be a little bit grey today.
Pemandangan Kuala Lumpur yang mendung, Jabatan Meteorologi Malaysia memaklumkan asap debu kesan letusan gunung berapi Sinabung Indonesia dijangka akan memasuki ruang udara Malaysia. – Foto Mahzir Mat Isa pic.twitter.com/gv88M7e2vi
— Berita Harian (@bharianmy) August 11, 2020
On the other hand, it will be best to remain calm during these hours. We will be fine as long as we are obeying the new norm sop and wear masks when going out in the public. In addition, we would also like to advise our readers to stay indoors as much as you can. Hopefully, our friends in Indonesia are coping well during these challenging times.
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