In summer, the average temperature ranges from 9–18 degrees Celsius (48–64 degrees Fahrenheit).
On occasion, it can reach around 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in a heatwave.
There’s not much better than lazing by the river in the sunshine, dancing in the mud at a music festival, or heading out for a snowball fight.
Although UK weather is unpredictable, it is rarely extreme.
You might experience beautiful sunshine, blustering winds and drizzling rain – all in one afternoon!
But with the right clothes and the right attitude, you can enjoy the UK, whatever the weather.
The Northeast Monsoon occurs from December to early March, and the Southwest Monsoon from June to September.
The major weather systems affecting Singapore that can lead to heavy rainfall are: While there is no distinct wet or dry season in Singapore, monthly variations in rainfall do exists.
On the last Sunday in March, the clocks go forward by one hour (at 1am), and they go back again on the last Sunday in October (at 2am).
The period when the clocks are 1 hour ahead (meaning there is more daylight in the evenings) is called British Summer Time (BST).