You will likely be hearing this complaint for a while as the summer months signal a downturn in tourism until October hits - meanwhile everyone will be going on about the heat and how brutal the days are. For anyone with functional sweat glands the recent temperature change has been anything but subtle.
Just take a quick trip outside and within seconds your body will tell you that the hot season is in full swing again (which should be reminder enough to stay hydrated). April temps have been hot enough to fry an egg on the dashboard of a car. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) reported that mid-April temperatures on Clark had reached a whopping 48.9° and 51.9° (120.02 to 125.42 degrees Fahrenheit respectively). Talk about toasty!