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SINGAPORE – While more rain can be expected to temper the searing heat of May, the daily maximum temperature is likely to hover at between 33 and 35 deg C.

Hotter and drier months are also expected in the second half of the year, thanks to the El Nino weather phenomenon, which will usher in warmer ocean temperatures across the Pacific.

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