Singapore likely to have more showers in second half of June: National Environment Agency
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Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said on Friday that they are expecting slightly cooler night-time temperatures in the next fortnight. The authorities said in a media advisory that the temperature at night could fall to 23°C or 24°C during this period, while the maximum day-time temperatures are expected to range between 31°C and 33°C.

However, the met added that the rainfall for the month of December is expected to be slightly below normal.

While forecasting about the second fortnight of December, MSS said that the country would experience moderate to heavy thundery showers in the afternoon and evening on five or six days.

It further added that Singapore could experience a few days of occasionally windy conditions due to a weak monsoon surge over the South China Sea and its surrounding regions. This would accompany with moderate rain and cooler temperatures to Singapore.

"On one or two days, the winds in the region may temporarily blow from the west due to a low pressure system in South China Sea and bring widespread moderate to heavy thundery showers in the predawn hours and morning," MSS said in the advisory.

According to MSS, Singapore and the region is currently experiencing the wet phase of Northeast Monsoon that typically lasts from December till January.