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 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 '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
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