35°C Weather & Hot Nights Will Continue in First Half of June With Many Rains

Feeling the heat during Circuit Breaker? Think there’d be some respite come Phase One?

Well, unfortunately, the first half of June is going to be much like May.

Fortunately, you can now service your air-conditioner, though getting an appointment now is as difficult as finding an influencer who doesn’t do a Throwback Thursday during the Circuit Breaker period.

35°C Weather & Hot Nights Will Continue in First Half of June With Many Rain

If you’ve been feeling hot at night recently, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

In May, there were some nights whereby temperature reached 28°C, especially if you live in the south and east of Singapore.

Day wasn’t spared, too: in May, the daily maximum temperature exceeded 34°C on most days – and on 8 days, it hit the 35°C mark. At the Changi climate station, the mean monthly temperature for May 2020 was 28.9°C, which was 0.6°C higher than the month’s long-term average.

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This warm weather will continue on Phase One.

The daily temperature will be between 25°C and 34°C, and with maximum temperatures of around 35°C on a few days. Warm nights can also be expected.

Despite that, it’d be a wet first half of Phase One.

If you’re one who needs to commute to work now, bring an umbrella along; short-duration moderate to heavy thundery showers can be expected between the late morning and afternoon over parts of the island on most days.

Reader Bao: But no one starts work from late morning

Staggered working hours, my friend. Where have you been?

Also, night time would be rather humid, too, so get your Thirsty Hippo ASAP.

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