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The first half of December is expected: Weatherman, News on the Environment and most common stories

SINGAPORE – It is expected that the first two weeks in December will be wet, the webmaster said on Friday (November 30th).

The Singapore Meteorological Service (MSS) said the northeastern monsoon season is located in Singapore and the surrounding region, and is expected to last until March next year.

Seven to nine days in the next two weeks rainfall is expected to occur mainly in the afternoon. These showers could be extended to the evening these days, MSS said.

The moon's wave is anticipated at the end of two weeks, and can lead to cloudy and intermittent windy conditions with moderate and intermittent heavy rainfall over Singupa and the surrounding region for a day or two.

It is expected to be above normal in the first half of December.

In the next two weeks, daytime temperatures are expected to range between 24 ° C and 32 ° C for most days.

There may be a few days during a colder colder season, and the daily minimum recorded temperature could sink at 22 ° C and 23 ° C.

Members of the public can visit the MSS Web site (, the Internet Agency of the Environmental Protection Agency ( or download the application myENV or MSS & # 39; Weather @ SG for daily updates on time.

November was a relatively humid month, with dense rains falling across the island most of the day.

In addition, many parts of Singapore have been well above average rain in the past month. The highest rainfall of 433.8 mm (80 percent above average) was recorded in Jurong. The rain was the lowest in Chang, where it was 162 mm (35 percent below average).

Daily maximum temperature in most days in November was between 32 ° C and 34 ° C, with the highest daily maximum temperature of 34.8 ° C recorded on November 28 in Clement.

The daily minimum temperature in November was between 23 degrees and 24 degrees C. The lowest lowest temperature was 21.4 degrees C on November 17 at Jurong West.

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