Feeling the burn from the unforgiving heat in Singapore these days?
Over the last two weeks of March, daily maximum temperatures are expected to range between 33°C and 34°C, and could reach a high of around 36°C on a few days.
The heat has been blamed largely on El Niño , which happens when sea surface temperatures in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean become warmer than usual, causing a shift in atmospheric circulation.
A recent study, which builds on prior efforts to reconstruct El Niño's past behavior by examining coral growth, suggests that El Niño and La Niña events have become more variable and intense over the past several decades as a result of climate change.
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Study Strengthens Link between El Niño and Climate Change, Scientific American Journal
'Very warm temperatures' expected till end-March: MSS, Channel NewsAsia