You guys, it's sweater weather!
Metro Manila's temperature dipped to a cool 19 degrees Celsius on January 22, making it the coldest day recorded since the "Amihan" season or northeast monsoon started in October 2019.According to a report from Manila Bulletin, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical
The public is still advised to take precautionary measures since Taal Volcano remains at alert level four.
Depending on the wind condition, Metro Manila ashfall from the Taal Volcano eruption may last three days, according to Philstar."For the next 24 hours to three days, it's possible that the wind will shift [and carry] the ash plume to [
The city welcomed its first coldest day of the year on January 4!
Headed to Baguio anytime soon? Then it's probably best to bring all your cold-weather clothing with you.On January 4, the Philippines' Summer Capital experienced its lowest drop in temperature since September 2019.According to a report from Inquirer.net,
The winter solstice is here!
With the winter solstice fast approaching, expect shorter days and longer nights ahead.According to a bulletin posted by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), the country will experience its longest night on December 22 at 12:19 p.
The sun and moon will align at noontime.
Like a post-Christmas gift from the heavens, a solar eclipse will be visible on December 26.A solar eclipse happens when the sun and moon align. According to the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Service Administration (PAGASA), it's called
Expect cooler and drier days ahead!
It's officially the start of the cold-weather season!The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Service Administration (PAGASA) declared on October 24 that the "Amihan season" or northeast monsoon has officially begun.PAGASA Administrator Vincent Malano said, "Surges of cold temperatures
Grab a blanket and go stargazing outside!
If you love seeing shooting stars or haven't seen one yet, then now is the perfect time to catch a beautiful celestial show. According to a report, the Orionids meteor shower will peak on October 21 and October 22.The
Sweater weather is almost here!
Can you believe there are only 75 days left to Christmas?Sure, Christmas carols are already playing in the malls, and we're well into the second "Ber" month of the year, but for many Filipinos, Christmastime doesn't officially
Always be ready with your umbrella!
It's official: the rainy season is here!PAGASA published a statement on their website on June 14 about the onset of the rainy season. Because of the observed occurrence of scattered to widespread rain showers in the western side of
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