Rappler's latest stories on summer in the Philippines
(UPDATED) Expect hotter days ahead as the Philippines' dry season begins
The state weather bureau advises everyone to 'take precautionary measures to minimize heat stress' and also 'optimize the daily use of water'
This is due to the summer solstice, or when the sun is 'directly over the Tropic of Cancer'
The weather in the Philippines will generally be 'warmer and drier,' but isolated rains are still expected
All winners will also receive a plaque of recognition and will be given front row seats at the annual Social Good Summit among other prizes
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PAGASA says day to day weather will gradually become warmer and drier but there will still be isolated rainshowers
On your next trip make sure to leave room for unexpected discoveries – they’ll make your experience more interesting
The 26 year old Kirstie Alora is hoping to deliver a medal for the Philippines in the women’s 67 kg weight class
The PH athletes arrive following a 25 hour trip with leaking pipes low water pressure and undersized beds as concerns in Athletes Village
I am genuinely excited about this Olympics says Cojuangco
Fresh fruits can help you stay healthy in spite of the intense summer heat
The Philippine Educational Theater Association PETA continues to raise the value of theater and education through its annual summer program using its Integrated Theater Arts approach PETA’s approach includes the five different art disciplines in theater creative drama visual arts creative writing music and sounds and dance
Rappler begins a series on surfing and other fun stories to share about our islands