In the later part of March 2017, S’pore is Going to Melt

You know the weather is getting ready to seduce you with its hotness when you’re willing to take any bus that comes in the bus stop, even if it’s not taking you to your destination.

Welcome to the life in Singapore, where everything melts with hotness. And it’s going to get worse soon.


Weather Forecast 

Lookout, hotties. Things are gonna get heated in the later part of March. The daily maximum temperature forecast is going to range between 33°C and 34°C on most days, according to the Meteorological Service Singapore. To reach higher scales, relatively warm temperatures of between 34°C and 35°C can also be expected when there is “strong solar heating and light winds”. 

To reach higher scales, relatively warm temperatures of between 34°C and 35°C can also be expected when there is “strong solar heating and light winds”. 

You ain’t the only one grumbling, for the clouds will be pretty angry too. Short thundery showers will show up on five to seven days to accompany the warm weather. It will mostly be in the afternoon, but it may extend to the evening. Not to mention, heavy thunderstorms can be expected on some days too. This is due to the strong convention attributed to daytime heating of land areas. 

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What do all these mean for us? Well, I was hoping you’d ask. It means you’re going to hate the weather in the next two weeks, for it’s either going to be super hot or super “surge pricing” (due to the rain that leads to high demand for Uber or Grab).

These weather conditions are characteristics of the inter-monsoon period, which is expected to prevail into April and May, according to the Met Service.

Light wind conditions are also common during this period, during which particulate matter in the atmosphere takes a longer time to disperse. On some days, this might result in the appearance of slightly hazy skies over parts of Singapore. So don’t panic or worry if you witness this sight, it’s all weather phenomenon. 

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I mean, how hot can it be, right? Singapore’s practically summer all year long. 


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