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Baguio temp drops to 11.8 degrees Celsius

/ 01:36 PM December 04, 2021

Aside from these poinsettia plants on display in a store in Baguio City on Saturday, the significant drop in temperature in the Summer capital is another reminder of the Christmas season. Photo by Valerie Damian.

BAGUIO CITY––The temperature in the Philippine summer capital has dropped to 11.8 degrees Celsius at 5 a.m. Saturday, the coldest morning so far this month, according to the state weather agency in this city.

The temperature is expected to drop further in the coming weeks as Baguio’s coldest mornings are usually recorded between January and February.

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The lowest recorded temperature in Baguio was 6.3 °C on Jan. 18, 1961.

The nippy weather is caused by the prevailing northeast monsoon or ‘amihan” in Northern Luzon, bringing cold winds from the northeast.

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