18 Feb '11, 4am

Heavy rain coinciding with high tides up to 3.3m this weekend could lead to localised flash floods

High tides of at least 3.3 metres are expected from Feb 19 to 21, according to the PUB. Heavy afternoon showers with thunder can be expected in the next few days. During this period, heavy rain coinciding with high tides could lead to localised flash floods, especially in low-lying areas such as Lorong Buangkok, Jalan Seaview, Meyer Road, Changi Lorong 101 to Lorong 106 and Everitt Road North. Besides regular weather forecasts, NEA will issue warnings through the media when heavy rain is expected. Getting Information The public is advised to obtain the latest weather reports, including heavy rain warnings, by tuning in to radio broadcasts, calling NEA's weather forecast hotline at 6542 7788, following @NEAsg on Twitter, visiting the NEA website at www.nea.gov.sg or accessing the mobile weather service, [email protected] http://weather.nea.gov.sg The public can also call PUB's 24-...

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