15 Feb Cloudy Cagayan de Oro Skies: Are Kagay-anons to Expect Rainshowers This Week?
Based on the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), Mindanao will have partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rainshowers or thunderstorms this week. Mostly over Caraga Region.
This is normal nowadays due to the recent high temperature that the Philippines has been facing with the El Niño phenomenon as said by Pagasa-Davao Director Engr. Gerry Pedrico. The bureau even recorded the hottest temperature in Davao region this year at 35 degrees Celsius with the lowest heat index at 33.3 degrees Celsius last February 3.
The past weekend, specifically on Saturday, Cagayan de Oro experienced rainshowers. And currently, the city is in a gloomy weather.
The public is advised to prepare their own umbrellas or raincoats in preparation against either of the heat or the rain, to at least avoid getting sick brought by the climate change.
As of now, there’s no tropical cyclone being expected to enter or develop inside the Philippine Area of Responsibilitylty (PAR) but Pagasa assured that they’ll be giving updates with this weather outlook as soon as significant weather pattern changes take place.