|Highest Daily Minimum Temperature (°C) 1929-1941 and since 1948 for Climate Station||29.1 22 May 1998|
|Lowest Daily Minimum Temperature (°C) 1929-1941 and since 1948 for Climate Station||21.2 4 May 1989|
What is the coldest weather in Singapore?
On 14 February 1989, the climate station at Paya Lebar recorded Singapore’s coldest temperature on record: a relatively chilly 19 degrees.
Why is Singapore so cold now?
Dry cold air from the North East blows over the South China Sea and picks up moisture which is why this generally causes heavy rain over Malaysia and Singapore. This year, the wind speed is higher than normal and this allowed the cold air reach Singapore faster before it is fully warmed up.
Is Singapore hotter than India?
But as a general rule of thumb, there is about a 50 degree range of temperature in India. In other words, during winters, temperatures can descend to 10ºC (50ºF). And in the summer, temperatures can climb as high as 40ºC (104ºF). … But overall, Singapore appears to be hotter throughout the entire year than India is.
Is it cheap to eat out in Singapore?
Dining out in Singapore can be expensive; we are, after all, one of the most expensive cities to live in. But it’s possible to dine on a dime if you know where to look.
Does Singapore ever get cold?
Temperatures are unlikely to dip below 23º C (74º F) at night; the lowest temperature ever recorded was just over 19º C (66º F). Singapore receives a considerable amount of rainfall – approximately 2340mm annually.