The climate in Pampanga:

Note: The following write-up includes content which cannot expect every year. Conditions are always subjects to changes. In general: Pampanga has 2 (two) seasons – the dry and the rainy season (also called wet season).

Rainy Season:

The rainy season (approx. from May to October) can by defined into the “Rainy season with a higher choice on Typhoon activities” and the pure “rainy season”. Against other rainy seasons in other tropical zones, the time of rain fall cannot by estimated. It can rain 3-4 days (without an interruption) as well days without any rainfalls are possible. A high humidity is to expect. Humidity can increase close drying up to 2 to 3 days. This makes specially the population without access to a dryer highly sensitive against any rain fall. The western Pacific is this zone with the most tropical cyclones. There is no really a season without any choice on a typhoon. Elevated increases on frequency can by noted from July to beginning of September (with slight decreasing until end of October).

Dry Season

The dry season can by defined into the dry summer and dry midsummer season. The warmest and sun intensive midsummer season is from March to April. The most noted effect during this “heavy” sun shining days is the “beauty issues” of the Filipino women use umbrella as their “as white as possible” skin protector. In fact, 22 ° is even during the rainy season “cold” and 30°C is even in the coldest season possible. The so called “dogs days” in other countries pull over to “2 dogs month” from March to April. Rainfall during the summer period - at least once a month. During the dry season, unexpected typhoons from neighbouring countries can pass through the Philippine territory.  This event is mostly experienced in the area of North Luzon. 
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The climate in Pampanga:

Note: The following write-up includes content which cannot expect every year. Conditions are always subjects to changes. In general: Pampanga has 2 (two) seasons – the dry and the rainy season (also called wet season).

Rainy Season:

The rainy season (approx. from May to October) can by defined into the “Rainy season with a higher choice on Typhoon activities” and the pure “rainy season”. Against other rainy seasons in other tropical zones, the time of rain fall cannot by estimated. It can rain 3-4 days (without an interruption) as well days without any rainfalls are possible. A high humidity  is to expect. Humidity can increase close drying up to 2 to 3 days. This makes specially the population without access to a dryer highly sensitive against any rain fall. The western Pacific is this zone with the most tropical cyclones. There is no really a season without any choice on a typhoon. Elevated increases on frequency can by noted from July to beginning of September (with slight decreasing until end of October).

Dry Season

The dry season can by defined into the dry summer and dry midsummer season. The warmest and sun intensive midsummer  season is from March to April. The most noted effect during this “heavy” sun shining days is the “beauty issues” of the Filipino women use umbrella as their “as white as possible” skin protector. In fact, 22 ° is even during the rainy season “cold” and 30°C is even in the coldest season possible. The so called “dogs days” in other countries pull over to “2 dogs month” from March to April. Rainfall during the summer period - at least once a month. During the dry season, unexpected typhoons from neighbouring countries can pass through the Philippine territory.  This event is mostly experienced in the area of North Luzon. 
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