Singapore's Weather in April
April brings the hottest daytime weather of the year to Singapore. While the wind is generally light, thunderstorms are common this month.
This page gives detailed information on the typical April weather for Singapore. You can jump directly to data and descriptions for:
The numbers here are long-term historical averages based on climate data gathered at Singapore's Changi International Airport.
|90 °F||April average high||32 °C|
|77 °F||April average low||25 °C|
Daytime temperatures at Singapore usually go no higher than 96 degrees Fahrenheit (36 degrees Celsius).
Nighttime temperatures only rarely get as low as 69 °F (21 °C).
|6.0 inches||total April precipitation||151 millimetres|
|14 days||of rain|
Singapore's total amount of rain for April has varied over the years from 18 inches (455 mm) to less than an inch (17 mm).
Usually the day's heaviest rainfall this time of year occurs around 5 pm.
|48 %||sunshine in April|
|174 hours||of sun|
Sunlight in April at Singapore lasts for 12 hours and 8 minutes a day on average. That amounts to 364 hours of daylight for the month.
|80 %||April average humidity|
The relative humidity in Singapore during April ranges throughout the day from an average maximum of 97 percent to an average minimum of 63 percent.
|3.1 mph||April wind speed average||5.0 kph|
April is less windy than most other months in Singapore.
|19 days||with thunder in April|
|22 days||with lightning|
This is a time of year when thunderstorms are most active over Singapore.
These weather data are long-term historical averages provided by Singapore's Meteorological Services Division. The temperature, precipitation, wind and thunderstorm numbers are based on measurements made from 1982 to 2008. The sun data are averages for the years 1961 to 1990, while the humidity statistics are averages for 1929 to 2011.