Baguio City chills further at 9.4 °C | Inquirer News

Baguio City chills further at 9.4 °C

/ 11:53 AM January 31, 2021

baguio cold weather

SUMMER CAPITAL CHILLS – Baguio City residents and visitors woke up to a chilly Sunday morning when the mercury dropped from 10 degrees Celsius to 9.4 degrees Celsius, the coldest in three years. (Photo by EV Espiritu)

BAGUIO CITY – The temperature in this city plunged further to 9.4 °C on Sunday morning, according to the synoptic station of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) here.

Earlier at 5 a.m., the mercury plunged 10 °C.


Pagasa said the chill was recorded at 6:30 a.m. and was the coldest so far this “amihan” season.


It matched the coldest temperature last year, the lowest temperature so far in the last three years.

The cold weather is caused by “amihan,” or cool northeast monsoon season that prevails between October and early March, Pagasa said.

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