Singapore is a 719-square kilometre country located between Indonesia and Malaysia. Its landscape is generally gently undulating central plateau with water catchments and natural reserves.
Due to its maritime exposure and location geographically, Singapore’s climate is characterized by abundant rainfall, uniform pressure, warm temperatures and high humidity.
Singapore Weather, 7 Day Forecast, December April, June & July
In Singapore, there are no clearly distinguished seasons of summer, autumn, winter or spring. Singapore’s climate is generally hot, humid and tropical as the island is located just one degree north of the equator. Even during non-monsoon periods, rain falls nearly on a daily basis.
On a cold day Singapore, weather sits between minimum temperatures of 23 to 26 degrees Celsius and on a hot day they hit a ceiling of 31 to 34 degrees Celsius.
There are two main monsoon season: The Southwest Monsoon Season (between June and September) and the Northeast Monsoon Season (between December and March). The Southwest Monsoon Season experiences showers and thunderstorms and heavy rains followed by cloudy conditions. This season also enjoys spells of dry weather. The Northeast Monsoon has a ‘wet phase’ (December and January) and a ‘dry phase’ (February and March). The wet phase witnesses constant moderate to heavy rainfall in the afternoons and early evenings.
Humidity in Singapore is very high ranging from 90 per cent in the morning and falling to 60 per cent in the evenings. Even on rainy days, humidity levels can hit peaks of 100 per cent.