weather

PAGASA, kaya bang saluhin ang trabaho ng Project NOAH?

Kumpyansa ang PAGASA na kaya nilang saluhin ang trabaho sa Project NOAH. 

'Cuddle weather': Baguio temp drops on Valentine's Day

The weather bureau on Tuesday recorded the coldest temperature in Baguio so far this year, making it the perfect cuddle weather for lovers there on Valentine's Day.

No worries: PAGASA staff say they can handle Project NOAH

Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) personnel are crying foul over insinuations that the state weather bureau's forecasters will not be able to handle Project NOAH, which will be terminated by the end of February.

 

VIRAL: Hot enough to fry an egg on a car in Australia

SYDNEY - Video of an Australian police officer frying an egg on the bonnet of his patrol vehicle during a heatwave has gone viral on social media.

Pinoy optimism for 2017 still 'very high' - SWS

THINK POSITIVE: Filipinos kept their "very high" optimism over quality of life and the economy in 2017 as President Duterte capped his first 6 months in office, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey released Tuesday.

 

Temperatura sa Baguio, maaaring sumadsad sa 7.5 degrees Celsius

Kung ramdam ang lamig sa Metro Manila ngayong Araw ng mga Puso., mas matindi naman ang nararansan sa Baguio City, kung saan posibleng bumagsak sa 7.5 degrees Celsius.

PAGASA: Cold Valentine's Day ahead

Rains and low temperature will dampen parts of the country on Valentine's Day, according to state weather bureau PAGASA.

WATCH: Davao Occidental villagers' makeshift sea wall against huge waves

Residents of a coastal village in the town of Malita, Davao Occidental strengthen their makeshift sea wall amid huge waves whipped up by the northeast monsoon or amihan.

Torn between two lovers? Filipinos' opinions split

Almost equal percentages of Filipinos believe and do not believe it is possible to fall in love with more than one person at the same time, a recent survey showed.

Hundreds flee homes in Davao Occidental amid strong waves

More than a hundred families fled their homes in Malita, Davao Occidental because of strong waves caused by the northeast monsoon or amihan.