More rainy days forecast for first two weeks of June: MSS

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SINGAPORE — Get ready for more rainy days in the first two weeks of June, with thundery showers expected on six to eight days.

The Meteorological Services Singapore (MSS) said in a media release on Friday (31 May) that with strong day-time heating of land areas, showers are to be expected mostly in the late morning and early afternoon.

On two or three days in the coming fortnight, there may also be widespread thundery showers and occasionally gusty winds in the morning. The overall rainfall for the first half of June is likely to be above normal over most parts of Singapore.

The warm and humid night conditions in May are forecast to persist into June, with the setting in of the Southwest Monsoon season. The daily temperature on most days is forecast to range between 25°C and 33°C. Night-time minimum temperatures of up to 28°C can be expected on some days.

For updates of the daily weather forecast, the public can visit the MSS website or the National Environment Agency website. They can also download the myENV or the Weather@SG app. Subscribe to NEA’s YouTube channel to view the Fortnightly Weather Outlook web video series and learn more about the weather conditions we are experiencing.

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