A waterspout appeared along the East Coast of Singapore on Saturday morning (10. July 2021).
The situation was similar such as in December 2020, when another waterspout appeared above Singapore coast /https://mkweather.com/singapore-surprised-a-waterspout//.
A waterspout emerged off the eastern coast of Singapore for about half an hour –– unusually long for the typically short-lived phenomenon, wrote CBC News on its Twitter account.
On available videos from the event, we should see relocating ships from the area, where the waterspout appeared.
Fortunately, the waterspout or its remnants didn´t hit land and any bigger damages weren't reported.
Inhabitants of a densely populated city however had a 0,5-hour lasting theatre.
Singapore's first recorded landspout damaged roofs in Tuas in September 2019 /https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/landspout-singapore-first-damage-roof-gul-tuas-waterspout-video-11950072/.
Rainfall forecast for Southeastern Asia promises extreme amounts of precipitation in the next 16-day period, but Singapore will be relatively drier. In many regions, however, should appear widespread floods.