Meteorological Service Singapore Corporate Video
The Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) is Singapore’s national authority on the weather and climate. It is an operations division under the National Environment Agency (NEA) . The key departments within MSS are:
Weather Services Department (WSD)
WSD provides round the clock weather forecasts, warnings, monitoring and assessment for critical sectors such as civil aviation, military, maritime, private/public agencies and the general public.
Meteorological Systems Department (MSD)
MSD provides support in key installations, meteorological equipment and computer systems, to meet MSS’s operational and technical requirements.
Risk and Resource Department (RRD)
RRD analyses risks and assesses their impact from the corporate/organisational angle as well as those pertaining to environmental /natural hazards.
Centre for Climate Research Singapore (CCRS)
CCRS is a leading centre in tropical climate and weather research focusing on the Southeast Asia region. Find out more about its research work here.
MSS hosts the ASEAN Specialised Meteorological Centre (ASMC), which was initiated as a regional collaboration programme to enhance the capacity of meteorological services in ASEAN member countries.
Ms Wong Chin Ling
Ms Patricia Ee
Mr Lesley Choo
Dr Felicia Shaw
Risk and Resource
Centre for Climate Research
To observe and understand the weather and climate affecting Singapore and to provide services in support of national needs and international co-operation. The key areas within the mission include:
- Collecting and maintaining of reliable long-term national weather records
- Providing reliable weather and climate services
- Conducting high quality research to advance understanding and prediction of the weather and climate of Singapore and the region
- Performing risk and impact assessment of natural environmental hazards