Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Singapore Climate

Singapore ClimateThe climate in Singapore is like summer all year round. Singapore's climate is warm and humid, with only slight variations between the average maximum of 31 degrees Celsius and minimum of 23 degrees Celsius.

The tropical climate makes Singapore warm and wet most of the year. The climate of Singapore can be separated into two key seasons, the Northeast Monsoon and the Southwest Monsoon season. Rain falls throughout the year, with more consistent rain coming during the monsoon season from November to January. Showers are usually sudden and heavy, but also brief and refreshing.

December is the coolest month of the year while May is the warmest. This year, it is heavily raining for the past one month or so here in Singapore. December and April bring maximum rainfall while February and July are considered to be the dry periods.

Image in this post: Courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board


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