Expect wetter and cooler start to the new year
The Straits Times|January 01, 2022
Short-duration thundery showers expected on several afternoons in next two weeks
Shermaine Ang

Rainy and cool weather will continue into the first few days of the new year, but the rain is likely to ease in the second week of this month.

Winds are expected to blow from the north-west or north-east due to the prevailing north-east monsoon conditions, bringing wetter and cooler weather to the region, the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) said yesterday.

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