Manila Weather, your daily forecast.

Manila the gateway to the Philippines. If you think the traffic is bad now wait till it rains and rains and rains, when the wet season hits the city floods and the traffic stops.

Manila is hot and humid, maybe I should say steamy and sticky, the air conditioner is your friend as are the shopping malls.

Summer in Manila starts in April, you can tell by the heat, but it feels like it has been arriving earlier and earlier with March being very hot these days as well. The wet season is from June to December with a bit of over lapping, expect a typhoon during this time.

What is the temperature in Manila right now?

The sticker below will give you the Manila weather right now.

The top of the sticker lets you know where the weather forecast is for. So in this case it is Manila.

Underneath the location the Manila weather sticker lets you know if it is raining or sunny.

Continuing under the Manila forecast it lets you know how humid it is and being the Philippines it is always humid, just the number that changes!

Then you have a visibility sign, obviously the bigger the number the clearer the day.

Continuing down to the last bit of information is the wind and it's strength.

Beside all this information it shows a picture of what is happening, a sun for being a sunny day and lightning for storms etc...

Then the most important Manila weather information, the temperature.

All information provided is in both Imperial and Metric, for those that are challenged in either one!

What time does the sun rise and set in Manila?

This sticker will help you to plan your day by knowing when the sun rises and sets in Manila.

It also gives you information on the rising and setting of the moon over Manila. All times shown is Philippines local time.

Have a look here for the temperature of other Philippines cities?.

Need some advise on where to stay in Manila, have a look here.

Look here for cheap flights to Manila.

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