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Subic Bay Weather Information

Subic Bay weather is influenced by the two distinct seasonal Philippine weather patterns, with corresponding gradient winds: the northeast monsoon, "amihan", November to April; and, the southwest monsoon, "habagat", May to October. There is little temperature variation during the seasons in most places, with average highs and lows of around 31C (88F) and 24C (75F) respectively; sea surface temperature is in the range of 28C (82F) to 24C (75F).

Subic Bay weather is additionally influenced by a micro-climate, created by its close proximity to the rugged Zambales Mountains and the vast agricultural plains in the food basket of the North, to the North & East of Subic Bay, in the adjacent provinces of Pampanga and Tarlac.

In early morning, Subic Bay weather is dominated by the prevailing gradient wind of the season. On days of pervasive sunshine the agricultural plains of Pampanga and Tarlac cause significant thermal uplifts and virtually guarantee a moderate southerly sea-breeze across Subic Bay that builds from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. As the afternoon-heat wanes the cooler airs, falling through the Zambales Mountain valleys and passes, balance and frequently counter the sea-breeze, causing unpredictable wind patterns across the Subic Bay area into the evening. On days when the skies over the agricultural plains of Pampanga and Tarlac are generally overcast, the thermals are minimal and gradient winds prevail except that the mountain range acts as a shield, and shelters Subic Bay from most breezes except from the southwest quarter.

As a result, during the northeast monsoon the predictability of the sea-breeze makes for great sailing, windsurfing and kiteboarding in Subic Bay; sunbathing is a must with the ever-present cooling, daytime on-shore breezes. Less predictable but usually stronger winds during the southwest monsoon make Subic Bay a superb location for extreme windsurfing and kiteboarding, when getting wet is the objective and so passing rain patches are willfully ignored.
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