It’s Going to Be Super Hot in The Last 2 Weeks of July 2017

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Unlike the first two weeks of July, whereby we’re blessed (or cursed) with rain relatively often, it’s going to be different now.

According to Meteorological Service Singapore, it’s going to be dry and warm for the later part of July. On most days, the maximum temperature would be around 32°C and 33°C.

On some days, they can go all the way to 34°C.

Which I’m pretty sure is the temperature right now as I write this article, because I’m seeing people melting outside the office.

On the bright side, there would be four to six days of rain mostly in the afternoon.

The weather is influenced by the Southwest Monsoon, but let’s face it: because it’s Singapore lah.

I just checked the average temperature in Malaysia, and it seems like it’s hotter there: the average maximum temperature for the entire week is at 32.6°C, compared to Singapore at 30.88°C.

At least we know our neighbour up there is having it worse.

Nevertheless, here are some articles for you that might come in handy now:

Yeah, as you’ve noticed, we’re a big fan of air-conditioner (pun intended).

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