Seems like the rain isn’t going anywhere, so suit up accordingly and look out for shelter when more showers arrive on most days for the rest of April. The Meteorological Service Singapore said yesterday to expect moderate to heavy short-duration thundery showers in the late morning and afternoon on six to eight days over the next few weeks of the month.
On one or two days, the “passage of Sumatra squalls” could bring with it “widespread” thundery showers and gusty winds in the morning as well. A Sumatra squall is a term used to describe thunderstorm lines that form over Sumatra at night.
The showers could be joined by high lightning activity, usually in the afternoons, although rainfall this month will likely be “near-normal.”
Still, despite all the rain, the daily temperature on most days will range from 25°C to 34°C, even reaching a high of 35°C occasionally.
So it’ll be rainy, but hot. No sweater weather, then.