La Nina-like conditions detected; more rain likely in South-east Asia in months ahead: Experts

The weatherman has declared the onset of La Nina-like conditions in the region this month. PHOTO: ST FILE
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This means that for this month, other factors - such as atmospheric oscillations in the Indian Ocean - could have a stronger influence on weather here.

Singapore sits between the Indian Ocean, located west of the country, and the Pacific Ocean, to its east.

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