Philippines Weather as variable as the wind....

Philippines weather has two very distict seasons, the dry season and the wet season.

That's the simple answer, but the weather in the Philippines is a bit more complex than that. It is definately hot and humid, after all it is in the tropics, but depending on where you are going or want to visit, some places are cooler than others.

The seasons are pretty much consistant but they can overlap.

The dry season is roughly December to June and the wet season is July to November.

Where are you Visiting?

Click on the place below, which is a link, to find out what the temperature is there right now. The temperature is in both Celcius and Farinheight, so everyone will be able to get an idea.

Also included is humidity, which to me is the real killer, wind speed and others.

For those of you that are interested you can also see whan the sun and moon rises and falls, I know it may be useless to some but I kind of like that information.

Lets get started:

  • Baguio Weather
  • Baler Weather
  • Boracay Weather
  • Catanduanes Weather
  • Cebu Weather
  • Daet Weather
  • Manila Weather
  • Puerto Galera Weather
  • Subic Bay Weather
  • Surigao Weather
  • Zambales Weather

  • Don't be put off by the Philippines weather if you are travelling during the wet season, the benefits of the wet season is a drop in humidity and refreshing showers.

    Being tropical the showers do not last long, but when they pour generally a lot of water falls. They other benefit is less crowds, that is always a bonus!

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