SINGAPORE: Wet weather expected in the next two weeks, the Singapore Meteorological Service (MSS) said on Friday (November 30th) in media counseling.
The first half of December could see seven to nine days of rain showers, mostly occurring in the afternoon, and some are extended until the evenings.
The Monson wave is predicted for one or two days towards the end of the first half of December, with moderate rainfall periods that will occasionally be difficult.
Daily temperatures are expected to range between 24 and 32 degrees Celsius in most days. The temperatures could reach a minimum of 22 degrees Celsius.
The prognosis in December continues to be a wet weather in November.
The highest daily rainfall recorded in November was 110.8 mm in Tuasu on November 21, and the rain for a month was "significantly above the average" in many parts of the island.