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Singapore
light rain
27.8 ° C
28 °
27 °
83 %
1kmh
75 %
Wed
30 °
Thu
29 °
Fri
29 °
Sat
31 °
Sun
31 °

The weather in Singapore

Singapore is near the equator and in the monsoon region.

The average monthly temperature varies from about 27 degrees C in June to 25 degrees C in January and the difference is not noticeable.

The wettest time of the year is November-March and the period with the least amount is May to September. Not that it makes very much difference.

Rain falls somewhere on the island every day of the year. Which is why it is very green.

More information about Singapore

Singapore Holidays

Singapore Holidays See the calendars for national Singapore holidays year by year. Find and just click on the year you for which you need more information about Singapore holidays, and the calendar for the year will open. When is the non working days for the year. Public / national days, see the calendar for the country here.
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Singapore, weather and forecast

The weather in Singapore Singapore is near the equator and in the monsoon region. The average monthly temperature varies from about 27 degrees C in June to 25 degrees C in January and the difference is not noticeable. The wettest time of the year is November-March and the period with the least amount is May to September. Not that it makes very much difference. Rain falls somewhere on the island every day of the year. Which is why it is very green. More information about...

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