The haze is back with two places in the peninsular registering unhealthy air pollutant index levels.
As of this morning, Kuala Lumpur and Melaka experienced a drop in air quality.
According to the Department of Environment website, Cheras recorded the highest API reading of 101 at 3pm today while Bukit Rambai, Melaka recorded an API of 114 at 4pm.
The API level in Cheras, has meanwhile improved to 93.
Now with the increased number of hotspots found in Sumatera, Singapore is also bracing itself for a second round of haze.
Earlier in the days, Singapores National Environment Agency, NEA, said dry weather conditions were expected to persist in most parts of the Indonesian island. – See more at: https://www.facebook.com/RolloutPaparazyMalaysia?ref=hl