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Wet, 'winter' weather expected to last in Singapore this week

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Expect a lot of rain and air-con like weather as temperatures dip below 25°C.

It looks like the air-con weather is here to stay, at least till the end of the week. 

Over the past few days, we've been blessed with continuous showers and cool weather. 

Just this morning (Jun 23), the Meteorological Service Singapore recorded the lowest temperature of 22.5°C in Jurong West, with the rest of Singapore experiencing similar low temperatures, dipping below 25°C.  

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By the late afternoon, the weather has warmed up slightly.
PHOTO CREDIT: METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE SINGAPORE 

While some Singaporeans have opted to head out dine in at restaurants, this air-con weather is perfect and gives me a reason to cosy up with my thick blankets and stay home. 

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The weather forecast for the next four days predicts rainfall in most areas throughout the day.
PHOTO CREDIT: METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE SINGAPORE 

If you are still heading out these few days, watch out for the heavy downpours that have caused flash floods in several areas earlier today.  

These areas include New Upper Changi Road, Opera Estate, Jurong Town Hall Road and at the intersection of Upper Changi Road and Bedok North Avenue 4.   

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The rain and cold weather is expected to continue throughout the day.
PHOTO CREDIT: METEOROLOGICAL SERVICE SINGAPORE 

While the rain may have put a damper on some of our Phase 2 plans, let's be thankful and enjoy our little taste of winter while it lasts. 

BANNER AND TEASER PHOTO CREDIT: BADY QB VIA UNSPLASH   

Want to avoid the crowd outside but have nothing to do at home? Hop on to Cr8studiosg to watch chat shows, stand-up comedy and music performances! Or visit MehGoWhere.SG for more resources or things to do!

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