What’s hotter? Marikina Scandal vs Today’s Weather

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Obviously, everyone would agree its the weather!!! And it’s about time that anyone around the world that seeks or search  for “Marikina Scandal” online would get negative results on search pages.

Let’s all help in uplifting the image of the beautiful city of Marikina and Filipinas all over the world by means of uploading/posting positive digital media on the internet.

Mabalik tayo sa weather or El Nino. Ang super-mega-ultra-hyper-init na panahon natin ngayon. Imagine, reaching 36.8ºC this week. Ay sus, grabe po talaga!!! Since Im a rider, damang-dama ko po ang init sa lansangan. Hindi kayang mawala kahit magpatakbo ng mabilis, kase ganun pa rin ang sasalubong na hangin sa iyo, mainit pa rin. Kaya kung kayo din ay lagi sa labas, makabubuting magdala ng tubig at baka kayo ay ma-heatstroke sa sobrang init ng panahon.

MANILA, Philippines – Muling nagbabala ang PAGASA na mas iinit pa ang panahon sa Metro Manila sa buwan ng Mayo na aabutin ng hanggang 41ºC.

Ayon kay Nathaniel Cruz, chief weather bureau ng PAGASA, patuloy ang pagtindi ng mainit na panahon sa Mayo hanggang Hunyo bunsod ng epekto ng humidity sa panahon ng El Niño.

Noong nakaraang Martes, naitala ang pinaka mainit na panahon na pu­ma­lo sa 36.8 degrees Celsius.

Mas mainit na panahon naman ang naranasan noong Huwebes sa Metro Manila na umaabot sa 37.

“Inaasahan natin aabot pa yan sa 38 degrees Celsius..Pero kung 36 na sinasabi ng PAGASA, yan ay kung nasa lilim ka. Kung ikaw ay nasa labas maaring yan ay 40 to 41 degrees Celsius,” ayon kay Cruz.

Via: Philstar.com

Walandyo, aba eh para na siguro tayong nasa loob ng oven nyan!!!

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  • El Nino in the Philippines

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    When we hear El Nino the first thing that comes into our minds is drought, that’s correct! And the person or persons that would strike the most are the  farmers from rural areas, while most of the time we at the urban side just complain about the hot temperature brought by it, and probably the only good thing it brings is the instant fat burner it provides for us. lol

    But this time around its not only the hot temperature Filipinos would need to endure. Due to El Nino most dams in Luzon and Mindanao were hitting its critical state. Water crisis hit some areas in Luzon causing them not to receive any water supply, an area in Manila had even reported of not receiving 2 weeks of  supply, while on other areas which receives 24 hours of water supply was cut into 12 hours or even less.

    Add to these problems are the electricity shortage which is still caused by El Nino, as I have researched, 21 percent of the electricity used by Filipinos are from hydro power plant, rotating electricity cutoff was experienced recently due to power shortage. Well hope it will end soon but experts said that it may last until late June that’s still more than a month long.