ST Explains: Will S'pore experience heavier rain in coming months due to La Nina?

Singapore is likely to experience higher rainfall for the next three months but this is expected to be near normal conditions. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - More rain clouds can be expected over Singapore for the next three months due to two natural phenomena and the coming north-east monsoon.

The Republic is sandwiched between the Pacific and Indian oceans, and climate events linked to both water bodies are currently making its skies ripe for rain.

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