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Saturday will be hot and humid in Luzon – Pagasa

Sporadic ain likely in Visayas, Mindanao
/ 06:40 PM April 03, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Luzon dwellers would likely feel hot and humid weather tomorrow, April 4, with a low chance of rain even as Visayas and Mindanao might experience rain showers, the state weather bureau said Friday.

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In its forecast, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) noted that Metro Manila will have temperatures ranging from 25 to 34 degrees Celsius while Tuguegarao would sizzle at 25 to 37 degrees Celsius.

The warm climate would also prevail over Laoag, which may expect temperatures ranging from 24 to 32 degrees Celsius; Baguio, 16 to 26 degrees Celsius; Tagaytay City, 21 to 32 degrees Celsius; Legazpi, 26 to 32 degrees Celsius; and Puerto Princesa, 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.

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On the other hand, Pagasa said isolated rain showers are possible in Visayas and Mindanao this Saturday.

Pagasa also said the temperature in Iloilo will range from 26 to 33 degrees Celsius while Tacloban and Cebu would have 24 to 32 degrees Celsius and  25 to 33 degrees Celsius conditions, respectively.

In Mindanao, hot weather of 23 to 31 degrees Celsius would be likely in Cagayan de Oro; 24 to 34 degrees Celsius in Zamboanga; and 25 to 35 degrees Celsius in Davao, according to Pagasa.

Further, it said that no major weather disturbance has been spotted within the Philippine area of responsibility but easterlies will continue to affect the eastern portion of the country.

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