Temperatures may dip to 22 degrees Celsius in first half of September
Most of the days over the next two weeks is expected to be wet, with a few warm days.
Temperatures in Singapore over the first half of September is expected to range between 24 and 33 degrees Celsius daily, said the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) in an advisory on Thursday (Sep 1).
The next two weeks is expected to be wet, with a few warm days. On some rainy days, the daily minimum temperature may dip to around 22 degrees Celsius.
Daily maximum temperature could reach a high around 34 degrees Celsius on a few days, added the MSS.
Warm and humid conditions can also be expected on a few nights. This is due to prevailing winds from the southeast or south blowing war and humid air from the sea.
The minimum night-time temperature may reach around 28 degrees Celsius, particularly over the south-eastern parts of the island.
Thundery showers are forecasted over parts of Singapore between the morning and early afternoons on most days during the first two weeks of the month, while there may be widespread moderate to heavy thundery showers on one or two mornings.
Widespread thundery showers and gusty winds are also forecasted to take place between the early and pre-dawn hours on some days due to Sumatra squalls from the Strait of Malacca.
Overall, the total rainfall in the first half of September is expected to be near average over most parts of Singapore.