Jurong West hits 22.5°C, with rest of S'pore below 25°C on June 23 morning

Best stay-at-home weather.

Sumita Thiagarajan| June 23, 2020, 12:02 PM

Stay home weather is here with the recent downpours even though Singapore has entered phase two.

On June 23, 2020 morning, the lowest temperature recorded was in Jurong West, where the thermometer recorded 22.5°C at 10:15am, according to the Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS).

The temperatures across the island remain low and below 25°C even close to noon time.

Most parts of Singapore below 25°C

According to MSS, the western part of Singapore is cooler, with temperatures below 24°C at 11:17am.

During the same period, the temperature was highest in the eastern coastal area at 25.3°C.

Screenshot via Meteorological Service Singapore's website

Above-average rainfall expected in June 2020

According to MSS's weather outlook, they expect the current wet weather to continue into the second half of this month.

Thundery showers can be expected on most days during the last two weeks of June.

Due to the Southwest Monsoon, which is expected to last from June 2020 and to the end of September 2020, heavy thundery showers can be expected between the late morning and might extend into the late afternoon on some days.

MSS projects that the rainfall for June 2020 is expected to be above-average across the island.

Top screenshot via MSS's website