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New Climate Report in Singapore Predicts Extreme Weather on the Rise

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The Centre for Climate Change Research Singapore released the findings of the Third National Climate Change Study (V3) on Friday that predicts Southeast Asia’s climate future. The study is based on the IPCC 6th Assessment Report and provides the world’s highest-resolution climate projections for the region.


According to V3, Singapore and Southeast Asia can expect higher temperatures, increased wet and dry extremes, and faster sea-level rise by the end of the century. V3 uses advanced climate models and improved representations of physical processes to simulate regional climate more accurately. It also considers various socio-economic pathways to explore different climate outcomes. These findings emphasize the urgent need for action to mitigate the impacts of climate change in the region.


The findings indicate that Singapore can expect an increase in annual mean temperatures, very hot days, warm nights, and extreme rainfall. Additionally, dry spells could become more frequent and last longer. Mean sea levels are projected to rise significantly, posing a threat to coastal areas. Read the report V3 here.

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