31 Jan '11, 12am

NEA (@NEAsg) said current weather conditions not expected to last till Chinese New Year period

Incessant rain over the weekend caused flooding in many places in the eastern and north-eastern areas of the city. Singapore's Meteorological Services Division said widespread moderate to heavy rain was expected to end yesterday. According to PUB, flash floods occurred yesterday in several areas, including Airport Boulevard, Changi Village, the slip road near Tampines Avenue 12, TPE slip road near the Punggol exit and Ang Mo Kio Ave 5 leading to Buangkok Green industrial Park. The rain also flooded the basement of a multi-storey carpark at Tampines Street 32. The National Environment Agency (NEA) said current conditions were not expected to last until the Chinese New Year period this week. However, it has forecast short duration showers over the holidays. The weather forecast for next week will be released today, the NEA said.

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