Tag Archives: Tag-Init

Heat indices reach dangerous level

A sweltering 49.1 degrees Celsius heat index was recorded in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro yesterday, while the perceived heat in Quezon City soared to 40.2 degrees Celsius.   Based on…

Rains in parts of Mindanao

Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) continues to affect Southern Mindanao, making floodings and landslides possible in parts of the region.   The ITCZ is an area where winds coming from the…

Heat Index to soar this weekend

  The Hot and Dry season is in full swing.   Yesterday, a scorching 43.7 degrees Celsius was felt in Ambulong, Batangas while 35.3 degrees Celsius was felt in Science…

Tag-init may start this week

  The Hot and Dry Season (tag-init) may just be around the corner, but rains are still possible today.   In an interview with Panahon TV, PAGASA Weather Forecaster Meno…

Sweltering Sunday

Sweltering days are here as two weather systems begin to prevail.   According to PAGASA, an extension or ridge of a High Pressure Area extends over Northern Luzon, while Easterlies…

KuryenTIPID Tips

Along with rising temperatures is the increase in electrical loads. To cope with the extreme heat, many people tend to use appliances throughout a longer period, leading to high electricity…

Today’s Philippine Weather Forecast: April 22, 2017 | Beach weather prevails 

The Hot and Dy Season continues to draw travelers to the country’s world famous beaches and attractions. If you’re planning to hit the beach today, the weather will be in…

Fools No More: Weather Myths You Should Stop Believing

  Weather plays an important role in our lives. By monitoring the weather, we are equipped to handle our routines and are prepared for possible hazards.   But in this…

Traveler’s Guide: Things to Include in Your Travel Kit this Tag-init

    Though summer vacations are all about having fun under the sun, travelers must take caution to avoid accidents and sicknesses. The best way to be prepared for small…

Philippine Weather Forecast: The heat is still on!

With the prevailing Easterlies, warm and humid weather will continue in most parts of the country. Easterlies are winds coming from the Pacific Ocean, which usually affect the eastern section…