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Published on Friday, 09 November 2012 17:59
During the first week of November, Yangon and other places have faced unexpected rainfall, according to the Weather Forecast Department.
"The rains in Yangon, Ayeyawady, Mon and Kayin are caused by the southeastern wind. The rains in the upper parts of the country are a result of the remnant low-pressure area from Bangladesh, which is passing through the country from the west,” said the deputy director of Weather Forecast Department Chi Kyaw.
“Once it’s over there will be no more rains in the upper parts of the country. The clouds will move to Yunnan Province in China,”. Chit Kyaw added.