First fortnight of September to see more thundery showers over Singapore

Photo: Jun Seita / Flickr
Photo: Jun Seita / Flickr

As a respite from the scorching hot days of August, more wet days can be expected over the first two weeks of September.

Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) have forecast thundery showers over the island on six to eight days, mostly in the late morning and early afternoons. The passage of Sumatra squalls could even bring thunderstorms with gusty winds in the morning on one or two days.

The daily maximum temperature experienced during the hotter days of August hit as high as 34.9°C, MSS reported, and it’ll be pretty much the same weather on a few days these two weeks when there’re little to no rainfall, where warmer conditions with maximum temperatures of around 34°C can be expected.

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