Tackling extreme weather: More advanced monitoring system in the works, says Meteorological Service Singapore 

Although the equipment of today can survive significant flooding, he said it is important to comprehend how the climate will affect this in the future.

It would be too soon if we didn’t begin acting on this right away. According to Prof. Babovic, we must begin adjusting to these circumstances.

” A one degree( Celsius ) increase in temperature gives the atmosphere the capacity to store 7.5 percent more humidity.” Therefore, if there is 7.5 % more water in the air, it will eventually condense and return as rain, according to him. & nbsp,

” The temperature of the city is also here.” Therefore, if Singapore becomes warmer or hotter, the surroundings will be able to save more heat with more air in the air and more waters, which will actually result in more severe rainfall.

According to Prof. Babovic, researchers are looking into ways to reduce storms in urban areas, such as natural spaces that have been designed to help with the wind.

According to Asst Prof Wang, public schooling is also essential so that everyone is aware of what to do in the event of severe weather.

To educate locals about flooding risk, health concerns, and how to react to alerts, we should run public awareness campaigns and education programs. People should be educated and prepared to take proactive measures to safeguard themselves and assist others.

The SMS services or Telegram channel of the Public Utilities Board, which alerts people when it rains heavily or has high water levels, is even available to the general public.