As we relish a few days of sweater weather in end-August, it’s time to bid this cooling weather goodbye for a while.
The first fortnight of September is expected to be less wet with a few warm days.
Here’s more on what the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) has in store for us in their bimonthly weather report.
According to MSS, we can expect less rain and more warm, humid days in the first 2 weeks.
In the first week, the daily temperature would range between 24°C and 33°C on most days. During 1 or 2 rainy days, there’s a chance that the daily minimum temperature could drop to around 22°C.
However, the 2nd week of September is when the real test begins, as the daily maximum temperature could soar to 34°C on a few days.
Nighttime is equally unforgiving, as MSS said warm and humid conditions can be expected. This is due to prevailing winds from the southeast or south blowing warm, humid air from the sea.
Overall, we can anticipate short thundery showers between the morning and early afternoon over various parts of Singapore on most days.
It sounds like the kind of weather where you’ll need your umbrella for both rain and shine.
While it was nice to enjoy cooling weather in the last 2 weeks of August, alas, we’d have to endure several warm nights come September. But hey, on the bright side, there’d be no more flash floods.
If you have an air-conditioner, it’s time to sleep at 20°C again. If not, you might want to consider investing in a second fan to stave off perspiration.
And as we head out and about in the early parts of the day, don’t forget to bring along your trusty umbrella to shield yourself from harsh sun rays and cacophonous thunderstorms.
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