Hot weather will be expected over the country as humid easterlies from the Pacific prevail, a state weather bureau PAGASA forecaster said Sunday.
According to weather specialist Loriedin Dela Cruz’s 4 a.m. forecast, there will be a low chance of heavy rains that would affect the rest of the country.
“Mararanasan ang maalinsangang panahon lalo na sa early afternoon” (Hot weather will be experienced especially during the early afternoon), Dela Cruz said.
But partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated rains may be expected in Metro Manila and the rest of the Philippines, she added.
Dela Cruz also noted that there will be no weather disturbance that would affect the country within two to three days.
On Saturday, PAGASA recorded a minimum temperature of 25.4 °C at 6:20 a.m. and maximum temperature 34.7 °C at 3:05 p.m. —Consuelo Marquez/LBG, GMA News