The Philippine has four distinct types of climate;
Type 1. This is characterized by having two pronounced seasons, dry from the month of November to April and wet during the rest of the year. It covers all provinces in the western part of Luzon, Mindanao, Negros, and Palawan.
Type II. This type of climate is characterized by having no dry season and a very pronounced maximum rainfall from November to January. The areas covered by this climate are the eastern part of Bicol, Quezon, Leyte, and a large portion of eastern Mindanao.
Type III. In this type of climate, the seasons are not very pronounced. it is relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of the year. The areas covered by this type of climate type include the western part of Cagayan Valley, Eastern Mountain Province, Southern Quezon, Bondoc Peninsula, Romblon, Northeast Panay, Eastern Negros, Central and Southern Cebu, Northern Mindanao, and Eastern Palawan.