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Hot Monday for most of PH; Palawan, E. Visayas, Mindanao to have rains

/ 06:10 PM May 09, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Parts of Luzon are expected to have a hot and humid Monday as some parts of Palawan, the Visayas, and Mindanao are expected to get some rain.

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In its Sunday afternoon forecast, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said the Visayas and Mindanao are still being affected by an intertropical convergence zone (ITCZ).

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Metro Manila will experience warm weather on Monday with temperatures ranging from 26 to 35 degrees Celsius; Tagaytay City at 24 to 32 degrees Celcius; Baguio City at 17 to 27 degrees Celsius; Laoag City at 26 to 33 degrees Celcius; Legazpi City at 26 to 32 degrees Celsius; Tuguegarao City at 26 to 36 degrees Celsius; and Puerto Princesa City at 25 to 32 degrees Celsius.

Temperatures in Cebu will range from 25 to 31 degrees Celsius; Tacloban, 25 to 31 degrees Celsius; Iloilo 25 to 32 degrees Celsius; Cagayan de Oro, 24 to 32 degrees Celsius; Zamboanga City, 25 to 31 degrees Celsius; and 25 to 32 degrees Celsius in Davao City.

Pagasa also noted a possible low-pressure area forming in the southern part of the country, although it is still outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility.

Meanwhile, Pagasa has not issued a gale warning as the western part of the country will experience slight to moderate sea conditions, while the eastern part will have moderate sea conditions.

/MUF

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