Parts of the country continued to experience cold weather as several monitoring stations recorded significantly low temperatures on Tuesday morning.
Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) Weather Specialist Meno Mendoza said Baguio City registered air temperature of 11 degrees Celsius at 4 a.m. Tuesday.
On Sunday, the city woke up to a chilly 10.4 degrees Celcius, which was so far the coldest day in Baguio city in 2021.
Other areas hit by the cold winds on Tuesday were: Laoag City at 19.0°C; Kalayaan Islands — 24°C; Lipa City — 22°C; Tuguegarao City — 17°C; Legazpi — 24°C; Iloilo City — 22°C
Tagaytay City also remains cold as ever at 18 degrees.
Meanwhile, Metro Manila recorded 23 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, slightly higher than Monday’s 21.6 degrees Celsius.
The cold weather was caused by the prevailing northeast monsoon or “amihan”.