Despite the rainy fortnight ahead, there could still be a few warm days with temperatures up to 34 degrees Celsius.
More thundery showers are expected in the first half of August due to the prevailing southwest monsoon conditions, according to the Meteorological Service Singapore.
Short thundery showers are expected in the late morning and afternoon across the island.
Such showers could be heavy due to strong day-time heating of land areas along with convergence of winds over Singapore and the surrounding vicinity.
Moreover, widespread thundery showers and gusty winds are expected on a few days in the early morning brought about by the passage of a Sumatra squall.
Despite the thundery showers, there could still be a few warm days with temperatures up to 34 degrees Celsius.
Additionally, daily temperatures are forecast to range between 24 degrees Celsius and 33 degrees Celsius. On a few nights, the weather may still be relatively warm and humid.
Night-time minimum temperatures of up to 28 degrees Celsius can be expected, particularly over the eastern and southern coastal areas of the island.
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