Daily temperatures are forecasted to be between 24°C to 33°C for the next two weeks.
Over the last two weeks, the weather has been unbearably hot with only occasional and brief rainfall.
Thankfully, according to the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS), that is set to change over the second half of this month.
MSS announced on Tuesday (Mar 16) that the current north-east monsoon conditions in Singapore are expected to continue for the rest of the month.
For the next two weeks, moderate to heavy thundery showers are forecasted in the afternoon, and they may extend into the evening on a few days.
Daily temperatures are predicted to be between 24°C to 33°C for the second half of this month, though there are some days where temperatures could soar to 34°C.
MSS added that overall, the rainfall for March 2021 is forecast to be near normal over most parts of the island.
In most days of the first two weeks this month, the highest daily temperature exceeded 34°C, with Tengah in particular recording the highest daily temperature of 35.6°C.
If it’s raining, remember to whip out your umbrellas when heading out. Alternatively, you can discover fun websites from the comfort of your home.
Head to the MSS website for the daily weather forecasts.
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