Anyone knows when it'll stop raining?


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Yeah... the weather is spoiling my mood... everyday rain rain rain for the whole month. Yesterday arrived home as if a chicken fell into a pond... no thanks to open carparks. :angry:
 

coolsigg

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Met station says the monsoon season will finish in Jan 2010. :(
 

coolsigg

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anyway it will always rain in the future.....:bsmilie::bsmilie:

just depend on when, how often and how heavy :bsmilie:
awalk winning answer...mus note down! ;p
 

kitkat

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Love the downpour - cool the weather ;)
 

afbug

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Its like that la every year monsoon season is from Nov to Jan. Its brolly time!
 

Quest

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Its like that la every year monsoon season is from Nov to Jan. Its brolly time!
This is called the North East Monsoon. It usually rain at least 2X a day in Nov and by end Nov or early Dec, it can even rain for 1/2 day or sometimes for the whole day or even days. It will start to taper off by Jan but before it goes off, it will pour again usually in early Jan and late Jan

Bukit Timah used to get flooded during the monsoon some 20 years ago. Coronation Plaza is infamous for the frequently flooded underground carpark.

Good thing about the NE Monsoon is that it blow the haze away from us. Come May to Sep when the South West Monsoon is in season, it will not bring much rain but it will bring haze.
 

cichlid

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One dumb question. Those cars that were submerged in basement carparks, the water would seep into the car right?
 

Quest

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One dumb question. Those cars that were submerged in basement carparks, the water would seep into the car right?
According to The Straits Times today, only 1st party insurance will cover flood damage.

No fllood coverage for 3rd party insurance.

Water will definetely sip into the car and soak the carpet and then soak the seats. The electrical system may also be damaged esp. if you try to start the car when it is still wet.
 

afbug

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This is called the North East Monsoon. It usually rain at least 2X a day in Nov and by end Nov or early Dec, it can even rain for 1/2 day or sometimes for the whole day or even days. It will start to taper off by Jan but before it goes off, it will pour again usually in early Jan and late Jan

Bukit Timah used to get flooded during the monsoon some 20 years ago. Coronation Plaza is infamous for the frequently flooded underground carpark.

Good thing about the NE Monsoon is that it blow the haze away from us. Come May to Sep when the South West Monsoon is in season, it will not bring much rain but it will bring haze.
Thanks for the info, I recalled a few years back, think about Dec06-Jan07, it rain for 3 days, almost non-stop!
 

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