Thundery showers and moderate air quality for Singapore on Monday

Thundery showers and moderate air quality for Singapore on Monday
Outdoor enthusiasts are heading back outside after the prolonged haze episode during Sept and Oct abated over the past week to resume their normal activities.
PHOTO: The Straits Times

SINGAPORE - Air quality in Singapore is expected to remain in the moderate range tomorrow (Nov 9), the National Environment Agency (NEA) said on Sunday.

Showers over some parts of Singapore on Sunday afternoon helped to alleviate the air quality, with the air quality expected to maintain at the moderate range for the rest of the day.

NEA forecasted thundery showers for Singapore on Monday afternoon, and visibility is expected to be normal.

While the increased shower activities in the region have helped to further improve the haze situation in Sumatra and Kalimantan, haze has been observed over parts of southern Sumatra.

According to NEA, the number of hotspots detected in Sumatra has increased from 10 on Saturday to 28 today.

As at 7pm, the 24hour PSI stands at 66 - 78, which is in the moderate range, and the 3hr PSI is 80.

grongloh@sph.com.sg

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