What is the weather conditions in Singapore year round?
As it's almost in the equator Singapore has warm to hot weather all year with occasional heavy rain depending on the season.
I'd check google weather with exact dates if u are planning a vacation
Hot and wet or wet and hot depending on if it is rainy season. Usually no cooler than 27 or warmer than 32
Always take a wrap or light top as everywhere indoors is air conditioned and that can be quite chilly if you are sitting still or if it's raining.
Singapore is characterised with high humidity and heavy rainfall. Most of the time, the weather is hot and after two or three days of high temperature then they have heavy rain.
There is no winter in Singapore except that there are some fog in certain months where the Smoke from Indonesia has flown over to Singapore skyline and make them hard to breathe and mist weather.
Singapore always has the temperature between 25 degree Celsius and 37 degree Celsius at most.
Mainly sunny and very humid
Occasional sharp thunderstorms
It's only one degree off the equator so temp doesn't fluctuate much
We had one small burst of rain in 4 days
I cannot speak for the balance of the year, but when I was there last week the weather was tropical, warm, plenty of cloud cover and usually a shower of rain in the afternoon.
This was not a problem as it soon cleared and there are plenty of opportunities to get out of the weather.
Hot hot hot and very humid year round. We've been to Singapore 17 times and no matter what time of the year you go it is always stifling. Air conditioning in most shops though. Hope you have a lovely trip.
The temperature is fairly consistent, although rainfall does vary with the monsoon seasons. November to January and July are probably the wettest, but rain possible all year round.
Depends when you go. I went about July so it was really hot.
I've no idea it was pretty warm
In February but I'd come in from Borneo so compared to there it felt cooler
It was the rainy season and when it did rain it was torrential but it doesn't last
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