TWIN TOWER FOGGY

The Petronas Twin Towers barely visible through the fog that enveloped the city after heavy rain in Kuala Lumpur on November 13, 2014. Weather in Kuala Lumpur is hot and humid. There are essentially two seasons, there is a dry season (May to September) and a wet season (mid-November to March). The last one gets around 700 mm of rainfall. According to the website world weather online, November the wettest month of the year receives more than 400 mm of precipitation. On the other hand, Marc-April gets around 700 mm of rainfall. Occasional thunderstorms may be seen during the evenings. Kuala Lumpur receives rain on about 200 days of the year. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

The Petronas Twin Towers barely visible through the fog that covered the city after heavy rain in Kuala Lumpur on November 13, 2014. Weather in Kuala Lumpur is hot and humid. There are essentially two seasons, there is a dry season (May to September) and a wet season (mid-November to March). The last one gets around 700 mm of rainfall. According to the website world weather online, November the wettest month of the year receives more than 400 mm of precipitation. On the other hand, Marc-April gets around 700 mm of rainfall. Occasional thunderstorms may be seen during the evenings. Kuala Lumpur receives rain on about 200 days of the year. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

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