The first half of February 2021 is expected to be generally dry and warm with low-level winds blowing from the northwest or northeast.
The Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) added that prevailing Northeast Monsoon conditions are forecast to persist in the first half of February 2021.
Short-duration afternoon thundery passing showers are predicted on some days.
For the most part of the week, fair and warm weather can be expected due to stable atmospheric conditions.
A strengthening of northeast winds over the South China Sea however, is forecast to bring windy conditions with showers over Singapore on a few days In the first week of the fortnight.
On a few days, the showers may extend into the evening. Overall, the rainfall for the first half of February 2021 is expected to be below normal over most parts of the island.
In contrast the first fortnight of January 2021 widespread continuous rain, heavy at times, fell over Singapore over the New Year weekend with the highest daily total rainfall of 210.6mm recorded at the Changi climate station during the 2-day event.
It was exceptionally wet and cool in the first half of January 2021.
In the first fortnight of February 2021, the daily temperatures are forecast to range between 24°C and 33°C on most days. The maximum temperature could reach around 34°C on days with little or no rain.
More updates and daily weather forecasts are available at the MSS website, NEA website, on the MSS’ Weather@SG app, and/or on the myENV app.