More thundery showers expected in the first fortnight of November

October’s wet weather will continue for the first two weeks of November.

Charlotte Chang

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Published: 2 November 2021, 11:08 AM

The wet weather across Singapore in the second half of October is expected to continue into November for two weeks.

During this period, afternoon thundery showers are forecasted on most days, with some possibly extending into the evening.

The winds are forecasted to be light and variable in direction, and may temporarily blow from the northwest or west on several days.

On a few days, widespread moderate to heavy thundery showers are expected due to the large-scale convergence of winds over Singapore and the surrounding region.

Some mornings can also expect widespread thundery showers and gusty winds due to the passage of Sumatra squalls.

#SGWeather Fortnightly Weather Outlook: More showers expected in 1st half of Nov’21. Moderate to heavy thundery showers...

Posted by National Environment Agency (NEA) on Monday, November 1, 2021

The daily temperatures are expected to range between 24 to 33 degrees Celsius.

Although showers are expected on most days of the fortnight, the daily maximum temperatures could still reach around 34 degrees Celsius on some days.

However, the wetter conditions may bring relatively lower temperatures on some days, with daily maximum temperatures hitting below 32 degrees Celsius and minimum below 23 degrees Celsius.

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