S'pore officially freezing, hits 21.9°C on Thursday, Jan. 11 night

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Belmont Lay | January 11, 2018, 11:23 PM

Singapore is officially freezing.

New low in 2018

January 2018 has registered a new low.

According to data on the Meterological Service Singapore, 21.9°C temperatures have been recorded at Admiralty and Ang Mo Kio at around 10.30pm on Thursday night, Jan. 11, 2018

Over the next few days, the forecast is that temperatures could fall below 22°C.

MSS said on Jan. 11: "The monsoon surge that has been affecting Singapore since Jan. 10 is expected to persist for another one or two days before gradually weakening over the weekend."

"For the next few days, the lowest temperature is expected to be 22°C to 23°C, but could dip to just below 22°C."


More cooling days ahead

Since 5pm on Wednesday, Jan. 10, temperatures below 23°C were recorded at several locations around Singapore.

The lowest temperature recorded was 22.7°C at Newton at around 7.30pm.

The lowest temperature recorded in Singapore was 19.4°C on two days in January 1934.

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