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Global Warming? Chilly Weather Strikes the Philippines Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Jan 19, 2014, 11:45 PM

Is Climate Change alarmism a fraud? The Philippines, which enjoys a sub-tropical climate year-round, is dealing with frigid weather blowing into the capital city of Manila.

The Manila Times reports that, "The northeast monsoon continues to bring in cold mornings in Metro Manila and Baguio City, the country’s summer capital, according to Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA)."

Residents in the Philippines are bracing for near freezing temperatures in the land of warm tropical beaches.

According to the Manila Times, "In an interview, PAGASA weather observer Alex Naga said the Monday’s temperature in Metro Manila was recorded at 18.4 degrees Celsius. He noted that the 17.5 degrees that was recorded in the metropolis last Saturday (Jan. 18) was still the “coldest” since the cold season started last month."

Climatologists are forecasting that the frozen tundra wintry weather in the Philippines will last for at least a month until the middle of February.

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written by Hans , January 22, 2014

Children learning to be dumb at schools, so, adults believe what ever those government scientists comes up with. People can't think anymore.
Didn't expected that global warming could be so cold.........

written by Charlie G , January 30, 2014

So if climate change is real, it will never be cold anywhere ever again? I'm not sure that's what the scientists are claiming.

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