Map of Metro Manila in Philippines
Metro Manila Climate
Metro Manila is the capital city of Philippines which is in the huge continent of Asia.
Best time to visit Metro Manila
You will be very glad to know that the best time to plan a visit to Metro Manila is nearly any time of year! PLUS temperatures make it ideal for nearly any kind of activity - they are between 20°C / 68.0°F and 30°C / 86.0°F on average. So it's time to book the trip!
The warmest time of year in Metro Manila is in May when it is 29.95°C / 85.9°F on average. However, going by the maximum temperatures, the warmest month is April at 33.5°C / 92.3°F. On the other hand, the coldest time of year in Metro Manila is in January when it is 26.5°C / 79.7°F on average, but could get down to 23.5°C / 79.7°F minimum.
Metro Manila Climate Chart
Below are the climate charts for Metro Manila which resides in Philippines.
The first table is for the average temperatures across the year in degrees Celsius. The cells that are BLUE show the coldest months and the cells that are PINK show the hottest months.
This second table is for the average temperatures across the year in degrees Fahrenheit. Cells in BLUE are the coldest months and cells in PINK are the hottest months.
This table is for the amount of rainfall (both in millimetres and inches) in Metro Manila throughout the year.
Sorry but we don't have data for the total number of rainy days in Metro Manila.
Metro Manila Climate Graph
Below is the climate graph for Metro Manila. It shows both the average temperatures throughout the year in degrees Celsius and also the average total rainfall in millimetres.
Below is the climate graph for Metro Manila with both the average temperatures throughout the year in degrees Fahrenheit and also the average total rainfall in inches.
Climate in January in Metro Manila
In January the average temperature in Metro Manila is likely to be around 27.15°C / 80.9°F, but could peak at 30.5°C / 86.9°F or dip down to 23.8°C / 74.8°F occasionally. The average rainfall next month is likely to be around 7.9 millimetres (0.3 inches).