Bring Your Umbrellas As It’ll Rain Almost Every Day for the Rest of September 2022


More rainfall is expected in the second half of September, with just a few warm days ahead. So yes, it is sweater weather, which is perfect for the ongoing pumpkin spice latte season.

Here’s what to expect for the next two weeks.

Thundery Showers and Gusty Winds

Low-level winds will continue blowing from the southeast or southwest, so you should be feeling a nice breeze for the next two weeks.

Additionally, short-duration thundershowers are expected on most days in the late morning to afternoon. Since that’s probably around 12pm, do remember to bring your umbrellas when going out for lunch. You might also encounter thundershowers and gusty winds on a few mornings on the way to work.

Overall, more rainfall is expected in the second half of September. The daily temperature will range between 24°C to 33°C, which is cooler than the past two weeks. There could still be a few warm days next week though, where the maximum temperature can go up to 34°C.

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September’s Weather So Far

September has brought about short thundershowers in the morning and afternoon, but we still faced maximum temperatures of 30.7°C to 34.4°C. The highest maximum temperature of 34.3°C was recorded at Paya Lebar on 12 September. Their laundry must have dried extra-fast.

The highest rainfall recorded was on 13 September, with 92.2mm of rainfall around the West Coast Road area in the morning.


The highest rainfall anomaly was 53% above average at Sembawang, while the lowest was 89% below average at Simei.

Image: Meteorological Service Singapore

For updates of the daily weather forecast, you can visit Meteorological Services Singapore’s website, or the NEA website.

You can also download the myENV app to access the forecast on the go.

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