The Easterlies now dominate the eastern section of the Philippines, bringing fair weather conditions apart from isolated thunderstorms in the country.

Easterlies are winds coming from the east. They pass through the Pacific Ocean, resulting into warm and humid conditions. This may generate thunderstorms in the latter part of the day especially over the affected areas.

Meanwhile, Metro Manila has surpassed the highest temperature recorded in April last year. From 35.9 degree celsius in April 27, 2014, Metro Manila experienced the hottest day so far last Saturday, Aprl 18, 2015 with 36.2 degree celsius.

State meteorologist Alvin Pura says temperatures all over the country are expected to rise in the following weeks.


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