Singapore is going to be warm and dry on most days in the first two weeks of March 2020.
The Meteorological Service Singapore has issued its two-week weather outlook on Friday, Feb. 28.
In the early part of the fortnight, dry and warm conditions over Singapore and the surrounding region on most days will be the result of a dry air mass forecast over the equatorial Southeast Asia region.
From the middle of the fortnight, short-duration thundery showers can be expected mostly in the afternoon over parts of the island on some days.
Showers are predicted to be heavy on a few days when there is strong wind convergence over Singapore and the surrounding vicinity.
Overall, the rainfall for the first fortnight of March 2020 is forecast to be below normal over most parts of Singapore.
With the expected warm weather, the daily temperature on most days during the fortnight is forecast to be between 24°C and 34°C.
On a few days with light winds and few clouds, the daily maximum temperature could climb to a high of around 35°C.
February 2020 weather observations
It was windy on most days in February with winds blowing from the north or northeast.
Little or no rain fell over the island in the first week of February.
On most days for the rest of February, occasional brief showers fell over parts of the island.
On a few days in February, strong daytime heating of land areas coupled with converging winds brought moderate to heavy thundery showers over many areas between the afternoon and evening.
The highest daily total rainfall of 108.8mm for February 2020 (as at 27 February 2020) was recorded at Tuas on 10 February 2020, following a heavy downpour in the late afternoon and evening.
Most parts of the island recorded below-normal rainfall in February 2020.
The highest anomaly of 68 per cent below-average was recorded at Choa Chu Kang.
The rainfall recorded over Paya Lebar was 14 per cent above-average.