The highest temperature was recorded in Tuguegarao City reaching to 37.4 degrees Celsius while 37 degrees Celsius in some part of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport yesterday.
According to the PAGASA, expect severe heat to continue in the country due to the existing easterlies.
The highest temperature registered in Tuguegarao City around 3:40 p.m.
Meanwhile, residents of Metro Manila experienced 35.6 degrees Celsius yesterday afternoon, lower than 37 degrees Celsius last Saturday.
PAG-ASA said a warmer weather is expected in major parts of the country in May. However, hot weather will be evident in the country as part of the effects of the El Nino phenomenon.