How many hours of sun does the Philippines have?

The longest day of the year is 12:51 long and the shortest day is 11:08 long. The longest day is 1:43 longer than the shortest day. There is an average of 2105 hours of sunlight per year (of a possible 4383) with an average of 5:45 of sunlight per day.

Does the Philippines ever get cold?

January is the coldest month of the year in the Philippines, and this year is no exception. The past few days saw temperatures dropping to as low as 22 degrees Celsius in Metro Manila, which is frosty when you consider that the city can reach a scorching 38 to 40 degrees or higher in the summer.

What month has less sun hours?

time of year when part of the Earth receives the least daylight: December, January, and February in the Northern Hemisphere and June, July, and August in the Southern Hemisphere. (December 22 in the Northern Hemisphere, June 22 in the Southern Hemisphere) longest night of the year and the beginning of winter.

What is the hottest weather in the Philippines?

Data from PAGASA showed that the hottest temperature in the country was recorded in Tuguegarao, Cagayan on April 22, 1912 and May 11, 1969 at 42.2 degrees Celsius. …

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