Flash Floods In Eastern Singapore

Administrator
January 8, 2018
4 Shares 54 Views

SINGAPORE, Jan 8 – A three-hour early morning downpour caused flash floods today in eastern Singapore. The affected areas were some parts of Tampines Road; slip road of Bedok Road/New Upper Changi Road; Jalan Nipah; junction of Sim Avenue/Tanjong Katong Road; junction of Sim Avenue/Eunos Road 8; Arumugam Road; junction of Bedok Road/Upper Changi Road East; junction of Upper Changi Road/Bedok North Ave 4 and junction of Tampines Ave 12.

The floods subsided after the rain stopped and the roads became passable to traffic. The republic’s national water agency, PUB, had at around 7am started alerting the public via its social media platforms. On Jan 2, the National Environment Agency (NEA) said that for first two weeks of 2018, the weather in Singapore was expected to be wet.

The prevailing (northeast) monsoon season is forecast to continue into the first fortnight of 2018, it said on its website. NEA also said that during the next two weeks, the low-level winds over Singapore and the surrounding vicinity are expected to blow mainly from the northeast or northwest. Rainfall for the first half of January 2018 is expected to be above normal, it said. — Bernama

1
like
0
love
0
haha
0
wow
0
sad
0
angry

You may be interested

Dr Mahathir Fails To Set Aside Jamal’s Subpoena
4 shares32 views
4 shares32 views

Dr Mahathir Fails To Set Aside Jamal’s Subpoena

Administrator - January 19, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 19 - The High Court here today dismissed Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's application to strike out a…

Penang Undersea Tunnel: Two ‘Datuks’ Released On Bail
3 shares24 views
3 shares24 views

Penang Undersea Tunnel: Two ‘Datuks’ Released On Bail

Administrator - January 19, 2018

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 19 - Two individuals with the honorific title of 'Datuk' who were detained by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission…

Super Blue Blood Moon Phenomenon On Jan 31
5 shares45 views
5 shares45 views

Super Blue Blood Moon Phenomenon On Jan 31

Administrator - January 18, 2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 - On Jan 31, the people in Malaysia will have the opportunity to witness a spectacular combination…

error: Content Is Protected !