5 Degrees Celsius in the Philippines: Believe It or Not?
February 14, 2017 8:27pm CST
It is becoming colder and colder in my city. A proudly feeling to share that the Summer Capital of the Philippines had reached 5 degrees Celsius. But then, the local people are so cold with decrease temperature lately. It is a perfect weather to celebrate Flower Festival or "Panagbenga." The month of February is the coldest in this city. One of the tourist trap in the Philippines, it is also expected that more travelers will visit here. If you have the chance, try to feel the cold breeze early in the morning. I know it cannot be compared to countries with snow during winter season. I can't imagine how they handle the situation. At least, they are in transition to Spring season for the succeeding days. Image Credit:
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• Guangzhou, China
Five degrees is already a very cold temperature. It is the winter temperature here already. So it is hard to believe this cold weather is available in a tropical country. Is it moist in your side? If yes, then the feeling is even colder.
@youless I am living in the mountain. It is really cold out here. It doesn't mean that the Philippines doesn't have mountains. It is called the Summer Capital of the Philippines because of the cool weather. In fact, the cold weather is all-year round. However, February is the coldest month in my city. Summer is not hot because of the cold wind in my city. If I am going to compare Guangdong province, I must say that your place is so hot during the summer season. I had stayed and worked in Guangdong before and familiarize the four seasons of your country.