El Nino and climate change

Singapore on the watch for El Nino impact

A new weather monitoring system was launched this year to better determine how El Nino - which usually brings hotter and drier weather to the region - could affect Singapore. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The notoriously difficult-to-predict El Nino weather pattern that clouded Singapore in a haze crisis four years ago could be back in some form this year.

But this time, the Republic will be better prepared for it.

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