By ROYCE CHEAH
PETALING JAYA: The number of hotspots in Sumatra has almost doubled within 24 hours, signalling the onset of the forest-burning season in Indonesia which inevitably shrouds Malaysia in a haze.
According to Meteorological Services Department environmental studies director Lim Sze Fook, satellite images showed 171 hotspots in Sumatra as at 2.58pm yesterday compared to 91 at 3.05pm on Saturday.
Great !! This blog has been inactive for over 6 months and I almost could not remember the password to enter it. I really meant it as a joke in my closing statement last year that this blog will be revived again when the haze comes back. I never really expected it to REALLY be back.