SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN SUMMIT 2017

SPECIAL WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR ASEAN SUMMIT 2017 (APRIL 26 to 29, 2017)

Location: Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), Pasay City

Issued at: 04:30 PM PhT Monday, April 24, 2017 

Weather Forecast Summary for Wednesday, April 26, 2017: 

Clear skies to partly cloudy conditions with low probability of rain showers and thunderstorms (Figure 1a). The temperature range will be from 29°C to 35°C, with a heat index temperature (feels like) of 31°C to 39°C.

Weather Forecast Summary for Thursday, April 27, 2017: 

Partly cloudy conditions with high probability of drizzles to light rain showers and thunderstorms (Figure 1b). The temperature range will be from 30°C to 36°C, with a heat index temperature (feels like) of 33°C to 42°C.

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Figure 1. Accumulated rainfall forecast for a) April 26, 2017 (Wednesday) (left) and b) April 27, 2017 (Thursday) (right)
Image Source: Meteologix AG

Weather Forecast Summary for Friday, April 28, 2017: 

Partly to mostly cloudy conditions with high probability of light rain showers and thunderstorms (Figure 2a). The temperature range will be from 30°C to 36°C, with a heat index temperature (feels like) of 34°C to 42°C.

Weather Forecast Summary for Saturday, April 29, 2017: 

Partly cloudy conditions with high probability of light rain showers and thunderstorms (Figure 2b). The temperature range will be from 29°C to 35°C, with a heat index temperature (feels like) of 32°C to 39°C.

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Figure 2. Accumulated rainfall forecast for a) April 28, 2017 (Friday) (left) and b) April 29, 2017 (Saturday) (right)
Image Source: Meteologix AG

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Disclaimer: Actual conditions might differ from forecasted conditions since there is no 100 percent accurate weather forecast due to the constant change of the Earth’s atmosphere.


Created by: John Christian B. Lequiron for WeatherPhilippines

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