Clear Skies Return to Singapore

We woke to wonderfully clear skies here in Singapore yesterday morning, which is a most welcome relief following the terrible haze that wafted over from the burning in Sumatra off and on over the last two weeks. During the worst of it, the 3-hour PSI hit 401, and as I write this, it has come down to 18. Even better, for the first time in a long time, I don’t even see any tinge of brown along the horizon.

Attached are two images to document the improvement: the first in the warm morning light of Saturday looking toward the cargo port, and the second from this afternoon, of the clouds above the Marina Bay Sands.


Singapore Cargo Port viewed from Marina Bay

Clouds over Marina Bay Sands (HDR)