MANILA, Philippines – reported thirteen places in the Philippines Wednesday that a heat record was rated as "dangerous," said Variable, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (Pagasa) Administration.
According to Pagasa, a heating schedule of 41 ° C or above is considered to be at “risk” and risks to health.
Pagasa explained that the heat table is the “apparent temperature or what people see or feel as the temperature affecting the body.” T
On Wednesday, the Pagasa heating failure menu showed that Mindoro Oriental's highest index in Calaoro Oriental was 46.8 ° C, followed by India in Quezon at 43.5 ° C, and Ambulong in Batangas at 43.2 ° C ).
Following on from the other places, theoretical effect is that heat recording was deemed dangerous:
- Casiguran, Aurora: 42.6 ° C
- City of Pasay, Metro Manila: 42.5 ° C
- Home Dagupan, Pangasinan (42.4 ° C
- San Jose City, Mindoro Occidental: 42 ° C
- Tuguegarao City, Cagayan: 41.5 ° C
- Sangley Point, Cavite: 41.4 ° C
- Aparri, Cagayan: 41.4 ° C
- Cotabato City, Maguindanao: 41. 3 ° C
- Baler, Aurora: 41.3 ° C
- Iba, Zambales: 41 ° C
Although thought to be dangerous, the highest temperature table recorded in Wednesday Australia had been lower than his knowledge of Tuesday in Dagupan on a height of 51.7 ° C, the rise. highest level recorded in the country so far this year.
READ: The heat index rises to 51.7 degrees Celsius in City of Dupupan
Residents in areas considered to be “at risk” are likely to be upset and heat exhausted. and stroke is likely to apply to those involved in continuing activity.
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Pagasa advised the public to stay in as good as possible with clear and light clothing to wear.
The public are asked to drink water regularly to keep the body cool. / me
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