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More warm, humid weather in first half of June with temperatures about 35°C on a few days: Met Service

SINGAPORE — The prevailing warm and humid weather conditions are forecast to continue in the first fortnight of June though more showers are expected than in the second half of May, the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said on Wednesday (June 1).

More warm, humid weather in first half of June with temperatures about 35°C on a few days: Met Service
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SINGAPORE — The prevailing warm and humid weather conditions are forecast to continue in the first fortnight of June though more showers are expected than in the second half of May, the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said on Wednesday (June 1).

In a weather update, MSS said that daily maximum temperatures are expected to be around 34°C on most days but could reach highs of around 35°C on a few days where there would be little or no rain.

It added that some warm nights may be expected in the coming fortnight.

“Warm and humid conditions can also be expected on some nights when the prevailing winds from the southeast or south blow warm and humid air from the sea.

“On these nights, minimum temperatures of up to 28°C can be expected, particularly over the southern and eastern coastal areas of the island,” said MSS.

It warned that localised short-duration thundery showers are forecast over parts of the island in the late morning and afternoon due to strong daytime heating of land areas on some days in the coming fortnight.

Widespread thundery showers with gusty winds due to the Sumatra squalls may also occur on a few days between the pre-dawn hours and morning.

In addition, MSS said that a mass of dry air from the Indian Ocean is forecast to move over the equatorial Southeast Asia region, bringing about fair and warm weather over Singapore and the surrounding areas on a few days in the coming fortnight.

“Overall, the rainfall for the first half of June 2022 is expected to be near-average over most parts of Singapore,” said MSS.

For the daily weather forecast, the public may visit the websites of MSS or the National Environment Agency. They may also download the myENV mobile application.

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