The wet weather will begin to ease up in the second week of the fortnight.
The first two weeks of January are expected to be wet and cooling, said the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS).
This is due to low-level winds blowing from the northwest or northeast.
Moderate to occasional heavy showers are expected over Singapore and the surrounding region, as well as localised thundery showers in the afternoon. However, the rainy weather may let up in the second week of January.
Short-duration thundery showers can still be expected in the afternoon on several days, and warm and occasionally windy conditions with passing showers on a few days.
The wet weather in early January will likely result in lower daily temperatures of between 23 and 31 degrees Celsius. For the rest of the fortnight, the daily temperatures are forecast to range between 24 and 33 degrees Celsius.
The daily maximum temperature may still reach up to 34 degrees Celsius on some days, added MSS.
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