The Ides of March bring scorching hot weather of up to 35°C in the next fortnight

It may be a few days after the Ides of March (March 15, the day when Julius Caesar got snuffed), but the oncoming days bring bad tidings, nonetheless. In the form of scorching hot weather. Et tu, Northeast Monsoon? According to the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS), folks should expect temperatures between 34°C and 35°C in

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That super duper yummy Paddle Pop-coloured glow in the skies today was an iridescent cloud

We swear this isn’t a photoshopped job — after all, so many folks across several parts of Singapore spotted it for themselves. A weather phenomenon earlier this afternoon...

That super duper yummy Paddle Pop-coloured glow in the skies today was an iridescent cloud

Dry season expected to persist throughout February, with pockets of thunderstorms in between

After the (supposed) dry spell that is the first fortnight of February, it’s time to put that umbrella on standby mode once again. For the next two weeks, the National...

Dry season expected to persist throughout February, with pockets of thunderstorms in between

Whoever’s writing all these entertaining weather tweets for ST deserves an award

We've never been so invested in the

Whoever’s writing all these entertaining weather tweets for ST deserves an award

Dry season forecasted for first half of February

Climatologically, February is the driest month of the

Dry season forecasted for first half of February

Raincoat weather expected for Chinese New Year weekend; temperatures could go as low as 22°C

London-esque weather, how we've missed

Raincoat weather expected for Chinese New Year weekend; temperatures could go as low as 22°C

Here’s an amazing shot of dark skies over Marina Bay to remind you of the amazing cold weather we had

Oh, to be out and about in our coats

Here’s an amazing shot of dark skies over Marina Bay to remind you of the amazing cold weather we had

Monday morning rainstorms bring about flash floods and high flood risk spots across Singapore

Quite a storm we're having this gloomy Monday (well, more than usual)

Monday morning rainstorms bring about flash floods and high flood risk spots across Singapore

WATCH: That terrifying moment when lightning struck a tree at the Sim Lim Tower carpark

Thunderbolts and lightning, very very

WATCH: That terrifying moment when lightning struck a tree at the Sim Lim Tower carpark

Roosting in the Rain: It’s gonna be a stormy Chinese New Year

Prep your galoshes, brollies and raincoats alongside your mandarin oranges and red

Roosting in the Rain: It’s gonna be a stormy Chinese New Year