Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Scorching sun turns Singapore from 'green' city into gold

 Scorching sun turns Singapore from 'green' city into gold
How sunny is Singapore exactly? Enough to scorch grass, says STOMPer Andrew. Weeks of hot weather have turned grass patches like this one in the Tampines area from healthy green to dead gold.

Here's what the STOMPer remarked:

"Singapore should no longer be called a 'green city', but a 'gold city' instead.

"Recently the weather has been very hot, and I see many dead grass patches, especially on the east side of the island.

"I work as a taxi driver so I've been all over Singapore.

"Nobody has been watering these grass patches but I suppose that's okay since water is so precious that we should save it for people and not grass.

"Also there seems to be quite a bit of trash littered in the area."

Related posts: The haze is back at Pasir Ris (2nd March 2010)
Bush fire rages at Expo area (19th February 2010)

Related articles: Sorry kid, it's going to stay hot and dry for a while (2nd March 2010) (Mirror)
Last month the driest Feb in 140 years (1st March 2010) (Mirror)
February 2010 is driest month for Singapore since records began in 1869 (2010) (Mirror)
Driest February ever recorded to date in Singapore (25th February 2010) (Mirror)
February's a dry, hot season in Singapore (19th February 2010) (Mirror)
Smoke in the air due to bush fires (18th February 2010) (Mirror)
71 bush fires in two weeks (18th February 2010) (Mirror)

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