KUALA LUMPUR: With the cool atmosphere surrounding Malaysia, it’s expected that snow will occur soon. Local scientists said that frequent drops of temperature will eventually lead to a new season in Malaysia – Winter!
According to a local weather specialist, Ken Wooi of Malaysian Meteorological Department, the Malaysia climate change has been drastic these days. “It’s always cool, cloudy sky and little sun ray. I think it’s gonna snow!”
As a result of this research, precautions have been taken to prevent transportation disruptions in Malaysia. Albeit the lack of experience when dealing with Winter, the Ministry of Defense released a statement: “Malaysia Boleh Survive!”
A blogger-cum-artist impression of heavy snow over Kuala Lumpur.
With freezing temperatures expected to arrive, safety measures are soon to be implemented to protect the citizens. It’s important because the Malaysians know how to complain only.
For many, the snowfall will be welcomed because typical Malaysians are crazy over snow. “Snow is coming to Malaysia? Oh my god, OMG ZOMG OMGomgzz OMG!” shrieked an excited Malaysian teenager.
WE CAN’T TAKE FLIGHTS
MAS Airlines and AirAsia are expected to suffer from the weather as well. Most Malaysians are worries that they won’t be able to execute their traveling plans.
A blogger-cum-artist impression of heavy snow over Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Both the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) are in discussions of implementing changes to keep up with the traveling needs. Forcing thousands to camp out in terminals will be insane, and will cause more complaints.
In a recent conference, AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes said “Don’t worry. Everyone can still fly. Just pay for our brand new “Winter Flight” package for RM99 and you’re good to go!”
At the end of the conference, Tony revealed the latest AirAsia promotion.
WE DON’T HAVE HEATER
Malaysia, a country with warm climate all year round, is expecting a rapid rise in the sales of heaters. However, many don’t know where to get it.
To solve this matter, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said “You want to know where to buy heaters? Just tweet me your question with #tanyanajib hashtag.”
“I’ll try my best to answer.”, he continued.
Meanwhile, Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah told fellow citizens to be careful with the snow, especially snowballs.
With that, all Malaysians are urged to purchase Winter clothing to adapt the weather. They are sold at all major stores.
Now everyone can dress up like a Teletubby in Malaysia.
That’s all the updates for now. Stay tuned for more breaking news – only on kenwooi.com.
– Ken Wooi of Malaysian Meteorological Department signing off.
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