Nope. According to the NEA, it may be 36°C at most.
This is not true.
NEA is aware of a message circulating via text messaging and social media platforms which claims that temperatures are expected to soar to 40°C in the coming days, resulting in a possible heatwave leading to dehydration and sun stroke. These claims are untrue.
Cancer-stricken and all on her own?
Is Singapore the most expensive city to live in?