The 'heat index' or 'init factor' will continue to rise in April.
Expect even hotter days ahead, says the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), as temperatures will continue to rise in April. This goes for Metro Manila and the rest of the country.In a report by inquirer.net, the Science
'Cause it's SO mainit.
The sweltering summer heat in the Philippines has been beyond bearable if you aren't chilling by the beach. No, no. For everyone stuck in the city this break, the only thing to cool us down is by holing up in air-
36.5 degrees Celsius?! This weather's cray.
One step out the door and we're practically melting. Anyone else feel the same way? PAGASA reported that yesterday's temperature hit 36.5 degrees Celsius, the hottest recorded in Metro Manila so far this year. WOW. Well, that explains the
Summer may be more than halfway through, but make sure your bikini will still be good for the rest of the month <em>and</em> another summer or two with these tips.
No matter how tiny your yellow polka-dot bikini may be, just like your pet or partner your swimwear needs just as much care to prolong its wearability and quality. Listen up and make sure you keep your precious bikinis from these:
Summer's officially here! If you don't want to be sweating it out in the heat, you can still have tons of fun indoors.
You don't have to love the sun and sand just because you live in a tropical country. Many people in the Philippines aren't beach babies, and that's not such a bad thing. So if you don&#
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