There is no snow in the Philippines because it is a hot, tropical country that is located near the equator. That plus the lack of any mountains that are high enough to get snow means that it just never gets cold enough for snow in the Philippines.
The Philippines are tropical, and unfortunately they do not get snow. Instead, what would be snow hits the warm climate and changes to a cold rain.
The Philippines is a VERY HOT COUNTRY! It is located near the equator so no, the Philippines does not get any snow. Philippines is a tropical country, located above the equator. Because of this, Philippines do not get any snow. There are only two seasons in tropical countries like the Philippines; rainy and sunny.
The Philippines are at a lower latitude and surrounded by a warm ocean, and the elevations aren't as high as Japan. If the temperature doesn't get near freezing, it won't snow.
The Philippines is a tropical country, located above the equator. Because of this, Philippines do not get any snow. There are only two seasons in tropical countries like the Philippines; rainy and sunny.
Snow fall occured in the Philippines is very rare. There are reports that there were snow fall on the mountain top of Mt. Pulag, the highest mountain in Luzon island. The snow fall did not last longer that 5 minutes.
No But It Hailed
no it is technically impossible
Because Philippines is above the Equator that is directly heated by the sun....:)
The climate of the Philippines is too warm for snow.
The climate of the Philippines is very warm, and the mountains there are not particularly tall.
No. Philippines doesnt have any snow sorry :( There's a possibility. But not all only selected places or areas like Baguio. The Baguio reached 9 degree celsius the coldest province now in the Philippines this month due to winter in the neighboring countries. There's a possibility by next year it will be lower. And for many years from now there's a big chance.
because the Philippines is a tropical country located near the Earth's equator, and there are no winter seasons in countries located in this part of the globe.
as you've just observe here in the Philippines, we are not experiencing snow. instead, we are expiriencing rain. it's simply because as you observe in the globe, we are near to the imaginary line called equator. equator is the reason why here in the phil. we're experiencing heat. and that's why rain is comng out instead of snow. snow melts and turn into water that results to rain.
Japan's climate is cold and expiriencing snow,while philippines climate is hot that's why it is expiriencing long summer and drought
The climates of Japan and the Philippines are different because Japan is located in the temperate zone and the Philippines are in the tropical zone. Thus Japan has 4 seasons like the USA. Japan has snow in the winter as example and the Philippines have warm weather year round.
Many of the taller composite volcanoes and those located in cooler climates are snow-capped. However, others are not so tall and located in tropical regions and so do not have snow caps. On example is Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines.
Nope, not YET. The Philippines is a tropical country and is near the equator but I'm sure that someday, it'll snow if there is a slight change on the earth's axis. For instance, if earth tilts a couple of degrees then it will have a major impact such as new wind patterns, earth's temperature in some places will drop and etc..
The Philippines have only two seasons and not four like the other countries because the Philippines is located near the equator. Since the the part where the equator is found is hot and the Philippines is located near the equator, the Philippines is considered as a tropical country which is ideal for us. This is because the spot where the Philippines lies is not very hot and not very cold. Meaning if it is not really cold and not really hot obviously the other seasons cannot happen in the Philippines like winter. this is because it is not cold enough in the Philippines to form snow like the other countries.
Countries like Sri Lanka, Philippines, and Ecuador are crossed by the Equator. Countries near the Equator never have snow because those areas have warm climates. Look at the tropical rain forests, like the Amazon, this tropical forest is being crossed by the Equator.
Mexico, Russia, Greece, India, China and Scotland get snowfalls, specially on winter months due to being northern countries close to the Arctic, or having tall mountains big enough to have snow on their caps. The Philippines, Vietnam, the Dominican Republic, Egypt and Ghana are subtropical countries with jungles or deserts that prevent any snowfall from ever occurring.
since Philippines is near the tropics, there are only 2 seasons, wet and dry the reason is because places in the or near the equator receives more sunlight from middle and higher latitudes that it doesn't let water freeze like snow and produces cold temperature that will make leaves fall such as in autumn
The snow is as white as flower The snow is as fluffy as a cloud