Mercury dips to 22.9 deg C in Singapore on Cooling-off Day

The showers are due mostly to the prevailing south-west monsoon persisting this month over the South-east Asian region. ST PHOTO: SHINTARO TAY
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SINGAPORE - Most of Singapore woke up to sweater weather on Thursday morning (July 9), as temperatures here plunge to a cool low in weeks.

Coincidentally, Thursday is also the nation's Cooling-off Day, where election campaigning is not allowed on the day before Polling Day on Friday.

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