Singapore WeatherWeather in Singapore
The weather in Singapore
Whatever the season, you can rely on the weather in Singapore to be warm, wet and wet. Consistence is required for this area of Southeast Asia, with very low variations in temperatures throughout the year. This year is subdivided into two months with two middle pre-monsoon spells with less precipitation, a welcome easement for tourists and people.
South West monsoons last from June to September and North East monsoons from December to March. The monsoons are more than just a small discomfort, they are great weather happenings. Rains fall into thick leaves from a dark skies that block the view and flood catwalks. At the same time, the large amount of precipitation contributes to maintaining the luxuriant rainforest of the entire area, which is a favourite destination for those who want to enjoy its natural beauties.
Singapore is affected by the Java Sea contamination from neighbouring Indonesia. The sun is not plentiful due to the frequent precipitation and cloudbursts, but don't let the sun keep you from coming to this one-of-a-kind and tropical city-state that has much to boast. The majority of the isle is low and vulnerable to floods during the rainy season.
The city is situated on the southwest shore of the country and is also protected from the hill. In spite of all the rainfall, Singapore is an astonishing area full of cultural, historical and scenic beauties. Sentosa is an artificial isle off the Singapore coastline, a true tropic heaven for humans of all age and a real treasure for many tourists.
In Singapore, an averaging daytime temp of 27°C (approx. 81°F) prevails over all three heathers. Those are vaporous, especially in comparison to the vernal world. During this period, the maximum values were 31°C, while the lowest values fall to 24°C to 25°C (approx. 75°F to 77°F).
March, April and May are the pre-Southwest monsoons with low precipitation, usually in the early evenings. It is less draughty and has a lower air moisture, which together with the hot temperature is a good period for a stop. The mean precipitation during this period is 166 mm to 174 mm, which is between 17 and 20 working nights per week.
During this season, the visitor can count on seven to nine hrs of daily light, lots of free days to explore the beauty of the islands nature and enjoying the city' s funny entertainment. On the southern coastline you can swim or stay in the sandy areas, with mean ocean temperature between 29°C and 30°C (about 84°F to 86°F).
In Singapore, the hot weather during the summers with an mean daytime temperatures of 27°C (approx. 81°F). Averages are stable in June, July and August and reach 31°C (about 88°F). In the early mornings and at nights, when the winds are at their highest, the lowest temperatures fall to 24°C (approx. 75°F).
They do not have to verify the prediction to know that it will be raining at this point of the year. In the south-western monsoons, the rains come from the south-east and south-west and usually appear in the early afternoons. Precipitation levels of between 150 mm and 171 mm can be expected on 19 to 20 day per mont.
If you are going to visit this season, you should wear an umbrella and raincoat and anticipate that there will be more wet evenings than the sun. There is a maximum of eight to nine hrs of daylight so that the visitor has enough free space between rainstorms to go outside and discover the surroundings.
There is no change in sea temperatures from the source and they remain constant at 29°C to 30°C (approx. 84°F to 86°F), much heat for swim and canoeing. The fall in Singapore does not bring much mercy from the monsoons during the south-west monsoons in it. Precipitation averages between 163 mm and 250 mm, increasing in November, just before the beginning of the north-east months.
Rainfall averages 18 to 25 nights a year. Averages daytime temperature ranges from 26°C to 27°C (approx. 79°F to 81°F). In the daytime the altitudes can reach 30°C to 31°C (approx. 86°F to 88°F), which is extremly hot in comparison to Western Europe during this area.
Temperatures fall to 24°C (approx. 75°F) at nights and in the early mornings. Await about six to nine hrs of sun a days to see the attractions of the islands, from the west to the east plains. During the whole seasons the mean ocean temp. remains constant at 29°C (approx. 84°F), so that you can swim into the summer until the end of fall.
The constant and hot weather in Singapore will certainly not make it feeling like a late summer one. Daytime averages between 26°C and 27°C (approx. 79°F to 81°F). Unfortunately, the visitor has to savour these astonishing weather conditions in combination with a lot of and a lot of rain.
December, January and February are the peak of the northeastern period, when the rains are strongest and the wind is particularly strong in January and February. It can rainy for a few or even one day at this hour of the year, with little or no snow. The most rainy of the year is December with an annual mean of 269 mm.
In the other seasons, precipitation ranges from 165 mm to 238 mm and falls for 13 to 25 nights. If you are fortunate enough to see the sun during your sojourn at this season, the daily light hour rate is six to eight if you are fortunate enough. Seawater still has a good feeling with a constant mean temp between 28°C and 29°C, but you have to avoid rain drops if you want to swim.