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Barometric Pressure in Singapore, SG


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The pressure in Singapore, Singapore Singapore is predicted to rapidly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 1011.8 hPa today, which is considered normal.


Weather prediction: Expect shortly fair weather and gale or storm winds

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Singapore is 4.7 hPa, with a low of 1009.3 hPa and a high of 1014 hPa. The daily average here is higher than in most cities around the world.



Singapore, located near the equator, experiences fairly constant barometric pressure throughout the year. The average pressure is around 1012 millibars. The city-state has a tropical climate with two main seasons - the wet season (November to January) with heavy rainfall, and the dry season (February to October) with lesser precipitation.

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Singapore's flat and urban landscape does not possess significant geographical features that greatly impact the atmospheric pressure. With no mountains or large bodies of water nearby, the city's pressure remains relatively stable. However, the surrounding seas and warm temperatures contribute to the formation of local convection currents, which can lead to the development of thunderstorms and heavy rain showers at times.

UV Forecast

The temperature in Singapore today is going to be up to 31.3℃ (88℉), so we advise you to use extra skin protection. You can use online tools to see the forecast and history of the UV index in Singapore.


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