Just woke up…
I open facebook, having done a strong cleaning between the contacts, fortunately. Now I finally see only my dearest friends and those whom I consider people worthy of being displayed on my personal wall, people whom I sincerely admire and appreciate and with whom I am pleased to exchange information and news, opinions and contributions and who did I really like to know and attend. I was really sick of fakenews or nonsense.
In short, I see a chilling video, really worrying, brense clouds, arriving on the city of Singapore and completely covering it. So I immediately decide to go to https://www.windy.com/ and check the satellite images, I realize the beauty of the matter from the fluid dynamics and meteorological point of view and I ask my friend to share the video … and here it is: I made this short montage.
Consider that in Singapore at that time there was a recorded temperature of 29 ° C and a dew point of 24 ° C, wind in the direction of 10 ° with a speed of 4 knots and then it changed to 27 ° C with a change in the direction of the wind 310 ° with a speed of 2 knots, dew point always 27 ° while the pressure was 1009 hPa.