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Wednesday, April 07, 2010
2 weird summers...
Summer is the hottest season in a year. And it's even hotter when you're living in a tropical country like Philippines. Last year is such a weird one. Imagine a lot of raining days in a supposed-to-be a sunny season during April and May and only for the Sun to rise its temperature come June to August. But for this year, due to abnormalities of weather that could be much better known as Global Warming plus the El Niño phenomenon that started December last year there is no doubt that this could be the hottest summer in a long time span. what makes it even weird is the fact that summer season appears to be started since mid-February, recording at least 32-34 degree Celsius during 9am-4pm span. (or let's say noontime, 11am-2pm). Last Saturday was the hottest temperature recorded in Metropolitan Manila at around 35 degrees. No wonder why I would rather stay at home in a half-naked clothing during noon time. (well, of course, topless!) But news says that according to PAGASA, there will be more hotter days (and some nights in high temp) to come 'til the dry spell ends. Nah, this really comes as a bad news for me especially if you stand in only a second and the next time around your shirt (back) is wet full of sweat. My goodness!