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  • 1. Climate of the Philippines By: Team Ronald Ryan Dagpin
  • 2. Basics
    • Tropical Marine
    • Humid
    • Rainy
  • 3. Temperature
    • Usually around 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Farenheit)
    • Can get up to 90 degrees Farenheit
    • Lowest is 70 degrees Farenheit
  • 4. Average temperature in the Philippines in Celsius 25 December 26 November 27 October 27 September 27 August 28 July 28 June 29 May 29 April 27 March 26 February 25 January Average temperature in the Philippines in Celsius
  • 5.  
  • 6. Average Rainfall in the Philippines (mm) 322 December 354 November 412 October 403 September 422 August 279 July 254 June 189 May 90 April 151 March 131 February 221 January Average rainfall in the Philippines in mm
  • 7.  
  • 8. Monsoons
    • Monsoon-Seasonal Wind
    • Northeast monsoon, Nov.-April
    • Southwest monsoon, May-Oct.
  • 9. Storms
    • Typhoons
    • Thunderstorms
    • Tornadoes
    • Lightning Storms
    • Megi Typhoon
    Megi Typhoon-2 nd Worst Typhoon Hits Philippines
  • 10. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!

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