Heating up

Development turning up the heat on Malaysian cities:

Rapid development and the lack of trees are turning these cities into urban heat islands (UHI) that are hot even at night.

The average temperature in the morning is between 24 °C and 27 °C while in the afternoon, it increases from 33 °C to 40 °C and starts dropping slowly at night. Kuala Lumpur’s night heat can even be at 30 °C.

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