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It’s still early February, yet we’re already feeling the hot embrace of summer. And speaking of summer, it’s officially back albeit too early. And it brings with it an unwanted “kid”…

Dry spell in 14 provinces

Fourteen provinces are reeling under dry spell conditions based on rainfall observation conducted in January, according to the state-run Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.

In its latest El Niño bulletin (Advisory No. 6), PAGASA said the dry spell areas are mostly in Luzón, and the rest in the Visayas. These are the provinces of Benguet, Batanes, Cagayán, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, Bulacán, Nueva Écija, Pampanga, Batangas, Iloílo, Antique, Guimarás, and Negros Occidental.

Some areas of Cápiz province are also experiencing drought conditions, the weather bureau said.

Click here for more (in Manila Bulletin).


2 responses »

  1. Dear Sirs/Madam:

    Following up request of May 7 & 10, 2010 re permission to use/reproduce the photos of Jose Rizal and Andres Bonifacio in
    the production of language teaching materials for educational use only.

    We are developers of foreiugn language teaching materials for
    learners of various languages at academic institutions and for employees of the U.S. government. We would like to include the photos of Rizal and Bonifacio in our lesson units for print and on-line publication. We will include the appropriate copyright notice:Courtesy of Please send response to:

    Eddie D. Caparas
    Defense Language Institute
    1600 Wilson Boulevard, Ste. 1310
    Arlington, VA 22209

    Would greatly appreciate your early response to this. Our submission cut-off date for copyright is August 26, 2010.

    Eddie D. Caparas


  2. Sir, I just found those photos you’re referring to from the internet. Copy them all you want. I really don’t mind. Just make sure to credit the sources (by linking to their URLs, for instance) like what I always do. But for my personal photos, of course you will need to credit FILIPINO eSCRIBBLES. Best regards.



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