It’s going to be a very chilly welcome into 2022.
Following the on and off showers in the past month, the New Year’s eve and the coming weekend might see cooler and wetter weather.
According to the National Environment Agency (NEA), a monsoon surge is forecast to bring rainy and cooler weather to Singapore on Dec 31, Jan 1 and Jan 2.
Over the three days, occasional spells of thundery showers can be expected, with daily minimum temperatures possibly going as low as 23 degrees Celsius.
This is the first monsoon surge occurrence in the current northeast monsoon season, said NEA.
“It refers to a strengthening of winds over the South China Sea due to an intensifying high pressure system over North Asia, and cause extensive rainclouds to form over our surrounding region,” explained NEA.
If you have plans this weekend, remember to bring an umbrella along with you!
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