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Metro Manila, Baguio City record lowest temperatures for Amihan season

/ 02:44 PM December 05, 2021

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MANILA, Philippines — The state weather bureau on Sunday reported the lowest temperatures for Metro Manila and Baguio City during the amihan (northeast monsoon) season.

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Pagasa reported that the temperature in Baguio City dropped to 11.4 degrees Celsius at 4:50 am, while the temperature in Metro Manila measured at the Quezon City Science Garden, was recorded at 20.4 degrees Celsius at 6:15 am.

Pagasa said both stations logged its lowest temperature so far this northeast monsoon.

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Here are the areas with the 10 recorded lowest temperatures as of 8:00 a.m. Sunday, according to Pagasa:

Baguio City, Benguet

11.4°C

04:50 AM

Basco, Batanes

17.0°C

08:00 AM

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Tanay, Rizal

17.8°C

06:00 AM

Casiguran, Aurora

18.8°C

07:55 AM

Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

19.0°C

04:00 AM

Abucay, Bataan

19.1°C

05:00 AM

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

19.6°C

05:00 AM

Malaybalay, Bukidnon

20.0°C

(time not indicated)

Science Garden, Quezon City

20.4°C

06:15 AM

Baler, Aurora

20.6°C

05:30 AM

The season of the northeast monsoon, which started in October, is a cool and dry northeast wind coming from Siberia and China that blows down to Southeast Asia.

/MUF

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