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    • First two weeks of July to be rainy, but expect a few warm days: Met Service

      SINGAPORE: The first fortnight of July is expected to be rainy, much like the second half of June, the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said on Friday (June 30).

      Thundery showers are expected mostly in the late morning and early afternoon on five to seven days, the Met Service said.

      In addition, widespread thundery showers with occasional gusty winds are expected on two or three mornings during that period.

      The daily temperature is mostly expected to range between 25°C and 33°C.

      However, a few warm days are expected in the latter half of the fortnight, where the daily maximum temperature could reach about 34°C.

      RAIN BROKE WARM, DRY SPELL IN JUNE

      The second half of June saw more rainfall than the first half of the month, with the heaviest rain on Jun 18, the Met Service said. That day, the Mandai area saw the highest daily rainfall, logging 137mm of rain.

      The lowest daily minimum temperature recorded was 21.8°C on Jun 23, a day that saw widespread rain across Singapore.

      Dry and warm weather prevailed in the earlier half of the month, with below-average rainfall.

      About half of Singapore received below-normal rainfall in June, the Met Service said. The Tanjong Katong area received the lowest rainfall of 81.6mm, which was 36 per cent below average.

      Rainfall was highest in the Jurong area, which logged 255mm of rain, 59 per cent above average.

      At the Changi climate station, the mean monthly temperature recorded for June was 28.5°C, which is slightly warmer than the long-term mean of 28.3°C for the month.


      Source: CNA/ja

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    • Dry and warm weather forecast for second half of July

      SINGAPORE: Unlike the first two weeks of July, the weather for the second half of the month is expected to be dry and warm, said the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) on Monday (Jul 17).

      The daily maximum temperatures are forecast to be around 32°C, with some days seeing a high of around 34°C.

      Still, there could be short, thundery showers expected mostly in the afternoon for four to six days and widespread thundery showers on one or two days in the early hours of the day, MSS said. 

      Rainfall forecast for the month remains normal, despite the above-average rainfall for the first two weeks of July. Paya Lebar saw the highest rainfall of 168.4mm while the lowest rainfall was recorded in Changi at 77.2mm.

      "The wet weather in the first fortnight of the month was also due to the passage of Sumatra squalls which brought widespread thundery showers with gusty winds to Singapore on some days between the predawn hours and early morning," said MSS.

      During this period, the highest daily rainfall of 110.6mm was recorded in Bukit Timah on Jul 14. 

      Night-time weather during this period was generally cool with daily minimum temperatures dipping to between 22.3°C and 24°C on 10 days. The lowest daily temperature of 22.3°C was recorded in the Marina South area on Jul 12. Additionally, the daily maximum temperatures ranged between 28.7°C and 33.7°C.


      Source: CNA/aa

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    • Wet weather expected to persist in second half of August: Met Service

      SINGAPORE: More rainy days are expected in the second half of August, the Meteorological Service Singapore said in an advisory on Wednesday (Aug 16).

      During this period, short-duration thundery showers are expected on six to eight days, mostly in the late morning and early afternoon, according to the Met Service.

      It added that on one or two days, there could be widespread thundery showers accompanied with gusty winds between pre-dawn hours and the early morning, due to Sumatra squalls.

      Temperatures are likely to be similar to that of the first half of August, with temperatures ranging between 25°C and 33°C on most days. Daily minimum temperatures could go as low as 22°C, especially when rain falls over the island for most of the day, the Met Service added.

      However, a few warm days can be expected in the later part of the month, with the daily maximum temperature reaching as high as 34°C on a few days.


      Source: CNA/mz

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