Johor records highest rainfall in four days since 1991 as Malaysia flood situation worsens

The Malaysian state of Johor has recorded the highest rainfall in four days since 1991, as the country's flood situation continues to worsen. More than 200,000 people have been displaced by the floods, and at least five have been killed. The Malaysian government has declared a state of emergency in

Johor records highest rainfall in four days since 1991 as Malaysia flood situation worsens

Johor experiences the highest rainfall in just four days since 1991, as the flood situation in Malaysia worsens

On Sunday, the flood situation in many Malaysian states continued to worsen. Johor, which was worst hit, had more than 44.800 evacuees. The southern state is still reeling from severe flooding.

continued to worsen on Sunday (Mar 5), with worst-hit Johor registering more than 44,800 evacuees.The southern state, reeling from several days of severe heavy rain, also recorded the highest rainfall in four days since 1991.The amount of rainfall recorded at the Air Panas station in the town of Segamat for the period beginning Feb 28 until Mar 3 was 731mm - the highest compared with the highest monthly rainfall records in December 1991 and December 2006.

The reading recorded in December 1991 was 621mm a month while in December 2006 it was 599 mm.

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