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“Whenever I see girls and boys who are on Selling lanterns in the streets, I remember the child in the crib when it sleeps. ”

This is how the opening lines of the iconic singer Jose Mari Chan’s Christmas in our Hearts proclaim. And we expect these to be well received across the country as the so-called “ber” months begin today, September 1st.

And what could be nicer than setting the tone for the unofficial start of the Christmas season felt the cold, bubbly air as the last four months of 2021.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said Filipinos could experience the “ber” months in the last quarter of 2021 and feel the cold even into the first few months of 2022.

The Christmas breeze can begin in late October or early November during the start of the cold-weather northeast monsoon or the “Amihan” season.

The head of the PAGASA’s Climate Monitoring and Forecasting Division, Ana Liza Solis, said the temperature forecast will be between “near average and above average” in most areas from September 2021 to February 2022.

“Some areas e in Mimaropa (Oriental Mindoro, Occidental Mindoro, Marinduque, Romblon, Palawan) are cooler or slightly cooler [from September to December 2021]. In February, nakikita natin na andiyan din po ang kalamigan sa (By February we can see that the cold weather will prevail in the mountainous areas of Luzon including some areas in Visayas. Somewhat cooler to cooler than average [temperatures] are expected, “Solis said during the Climate Outlook Forum on August 25.

” Ganyan din po sa January, slightly cooler than the average temperature in the mountainous areas of Luzon (similar in January temperatures will be a little cooler than average), “she added.

Based on its climatological records, PAGASA predicts that lows in the mountainous areas of Luzon will drop as low as 8.3 degrees Celsius in January and February 2022 8.9 degrees Celsius.

The lowest temperatures are usually measured in the first months of the year, which coincide with the “peak” of the cold northeast monsoon.

Ref: https://mb.com.ph