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La Trinidad, Benguet temperature dips to 10.8°C

/ 04:04 PM December 07, 2021

The temperature in La Trinidad, Benguet dipped to 10.8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, the lowest recorded in the country during this amihan season.

MANILA, Philippines — The temperature in La Trinidad, Benguet dipped to 10.8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, the lowest recorded in the country during this amihan season.

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The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said that the northeast monsoon, locally known as amihan, continues to prevail over Luzon and some parts of Visayas.

As of 8 a.m., Pagasa also logged the following low temperatures in the following areas:

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  • Baguio City, Benguet – 13.8°C
  • San Jose, Occidental Mindoro – 18.1°C
  • Basco, Batanes – 19.0°C
  • Tanay, Rizal – 19.0°C
  • Casiguran, Aurora – 19.4°C
  • Malaybalay, Bukidnon – 19.6°C
  • Abucay, Bataan – 20.4°C
  • Tuguegarao City, Cagayan – 20.4°C
  • Infanta, Quezon – 20.5°C
  • Science Garden, Quezon City – 20.8°C

On Sunday, Pagasa logged the lowest temperatures in Metro Manila and Baguio City with 20.4 degrees Celsius and 11.4 degrees Celsius, respectively.

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

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