Even as the dry weather carries over from the past week into the fortnight ahead, Singaporeans will feel the wind in their hair.
This is because the north-east monsoon, which brought heavy showers in December and January, is reaching its end.
“Based on historical data, by mid- to late March, it should be calmer as inter-monsoon conditions will prevail,” said Assistant Professor Winston Chow of the National University of Singapore’s department of geography.
A Meteorological Service Singapore spokesman said that over the next two weeks, occasional windy conditions with a daily average wind speed of around 15kmh to 30 kmh can be expected. There will likely be localised, short-duration thundery showers in the afternoon on some days.
The temperature is expected to range between 24 deg C and 33 deg C on most days.
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