Warm days and less wet weather expected for 2nd half of June

MSS expects below average rainfall to occur for the rest of the month.

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Published: 19 June 2023, 4:21 PM

Warm days of about 34 degrees Celsius and drier weather are expected for the rest of June, reported the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) on Friday (Jun 15). 

On some days, temperatures could hit a high of 35 degrees Celsius where there is less cloud cover.

Temperatures of up to 29 degrees Celsius can also be expected on some nights, where warm and humid air will be blown from the prevailing southeast or south winds. In particular, those living in the south-eastern parts of Singapore will feel its effects.

Singaporeans can expect the rest of June to be drier and have less rainfall than the first half of the month. 

There should be below average over the next fortnight, though short-duration thundery showers may still occur in afternoons over areas that have a convergence of prevailing winds and sea breeze.

This is a result of the Sumatra squalls, which will bring heavy thundery showers and gusty winds to Singapore between pre-dawn and morning hours for one or two days.

MSS reports that overall for the month of June, the total rainfall is expected to be near average across most parts of the country.

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