The weather in Baguio has been known to be pleasant all year round and can even get chilly at times. The temperatures in the city are at least 8 degrees cooler than that of Manila, which is the capital of the Philippines. This is one of the reasons why Baguio is so popular among the local and foreign tourists. Mostly due to the altitude and the forest covered with trees, the City of Pines has been marked as the Summer Capital of the Philippines where tourists would get away from the occasional oppressive heat of the Philippine lowlands.
Baguio weather changes depending on the time of the year. Baguio’s climate usually steadies at 20 degrees, gets as low as 15 degrees and seldom exceeds 26 degrees as its warmest temperature. Here is what one can reasonably expect of the weather of the city based on the country’s seasons and trends: [Read more…]