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Temperature in Baguio drops to 11.5 degrees on Chinese New Year

By: - Correspondent / @gmoulicINQ
/ 01:10 PM February 08, 2016

BAGUIO CITY — The mercury dropped to 11.5 degrees Celsius in the summer capital on Monday (Feb.8), coinciding with Chinese New Year.

The Baguio station of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said that Monday’s temperature was a gradual slide from the 13.2 degrees recorded on Sunday (Feb. 7), and from the much warmer 16.8 degrees on Saturday (Feb. 6).

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Pagasa said residents would continue to experience nippy mornings due to the cold front.

Visitors for the long weekend and the two Baguio events have been walking around with thick jackets and bonnets purchased from local stores since Sunday.

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The city is currently hosting national delegates of a national science quiz program hosted by the Teachers Camp, some coming from as far as Mindanao.

The city is also hosting this year’s sports meet of the Cordillera Administrative Region Athletic Association. JE

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