CNY 2020 Is Going To Be Hot & Humid, Reaching 32°C On A Few Days

December has come and gone and besides its departure, we can also bid goodybye to the cold cold weather in December.

Lest you’re unaware, in December 2019, Singapore experienced a low of 21.4°C and a lot of rain.

Sadly, all that is over as we welcome January and Chinese New Year. Get ready folks, it’s about to get hot and humid in here.

Chinese New Year 2020 Is Going To Be Hot & Humid, Reaching 32°C On A Few Days

The January weather forecast is looking hot and sweaty. You can expect a hot and humid mess this Chinese New Year with the occasional rain up till the end of January.

Image: Accuweather

According to Accuweather, forecasts have predicted a temperature range of 29-32°C in January, with it peaking at 32°C on a few days this month.

According to MSNews, the temperatures observed are also at least 2°C higher than “historic averages”, or simply put, the past weather in Singapore during January.

With that being said, it’s time to bring out the fans because it’s going to get hot in Singapore, so let us reminisce how cold it got back in 2019.

Singapore’s Coldest Day In 2019 

2019’s coldest day was a few months back in May where certain areas in Singapore, predominantly in the East enjoyed 20.8°C weather.

In December 2019 temperatures varied between 22°C and 30°C. Oh well, I guess all we can do now is to hope for colder weather and pray that the high temperatures will cool down.

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