PAGASA: Cold Days Ahead In Metro | OneNews.PH

In the next three days, temperatures ranging from 19 to 30 degrees Celsius can be expected in Metro Manila, 12 to 23 12 to 23°C in Baguio City, and 17 to 28°C in Tagaytay City.

1/18/2022 4:40:00 AM

In the next three days, temperatures ranging from 19 to 30 degrees Celsius can be expected in Metro Manila, 12 to 23 12 to 23°C in Baguio City, and 17 to 28°C in Tagaytay City. | via onenewsph

In the next three days, temperatures ranging from 19 to 30 degrees Celsius can be expected in Metro Manila, 12 to 23 12 to 23°C in Baguio City, and 17 to 28°C in Tagaytay City.

Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon and the Visayas will continue to experience cold temperatures in the next three days because of the northeast monsoon.The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the National Capital Region (NCR) can expect temperatures ranging from 19 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius.

In a three-day weather forecast issued on Monday, Jan. 17, the state weather bureau said Baguio City can also expect low temperatures of 12 to 23 degrees.Tagaytay City is forecast to experience temperatures of 17 to 28 degrees; 19 to 28 degrees in Tuguegarao; 23 to 29 degrees in Legazpi; 19 to 29 degrees in Laoag and 25 to 31 degrees in Puerto Princesa and the Kalayaan Group of Islands.

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A foggy Metro Manila is seen from San Mateo, Rizal on Jan. 14, 2021. Photo By Miguel De Guzman, The Philippine STAR Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon and the Visayas will continue to experience cold temperatures in the next three days because of the northeast monsoon. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said the National Capital Region (NCR) can expect temperatures ranging from 19 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius. In a three-day weather forecast issued on Monday, Jan. 17, the state weather bureau said Baguio City can also expect low temperatures of 12 to 23 degrees. Tagaytay City is forecast to experience temperatures of 17 to 28 degrees; 19 to 28 degrees in Tuguegarao; 23 to 29 degrees in Legazpi; 19 to 29 degrees in Laoag and 25 to 31 degrees in Puerto Princesa and the Kalayaan Group of Islands. PAGASA said there are no low pressure areas (monitored to be approaching the Philippines but the northeast monsoon will bring cloudy skies with lights rains to Cagayan Valley, Aurora and Quezon. The weather system will also bring scattered light rains in the Visayas while the shear line will bring scattered rainshowers and thunderstorms that may result in flashfloods and landslides in Mindanao. PAGASA expects the northeast monsoon to continue bringing cold and dry air into the country, particularly Luzon and the Visayas, until next month. Latest News