Cebuanos are blessed to be living in a tropical climate and well protected island like Cebu. No worries to buy extra clothes and stock up for Winter. No traumatic experience of a tornado ripping through their houses, and no huge tsunamis to be frantic about. This is so, because if one looks up the map of the Philippines, Cebu is located at the heart of the country.
Surrounded by islands around, Cebu does not get that many Typhoons hitting their way.Apart from the devastation that was brought about by Typhoon Frank last 2008, only Typhoon Ruping came close to what one can call a direct hit in Cebu from a Typhoon- to think this was way back in 1990. Earthquakes are not of a big problem either, as Cebu is far from a major fault line. Volcanoes erupting? not a chance since Cebu also far away from the "Ring of Fire"
Clearly, without need to worry about major natural calamities hitting, It is no wonder then why so many tourist flock to Cebu to enjoy the warm weather all year round. Though Cebu has been classified officially to have two climates- Dry and Wet, Rainfall is usually not that high in the Region, with average rainfall hitting around 100mm per month. Rains usually come in June to Dec, while the dry season comes in January until May. Rainfall is highest in June and July. Though most of the time when it rains in Cebu, it is usually fast and is accompanied by bright and warm sunlight after- making Cebu a perfect place for that sunny and warm vacation you always wanted.
Cebu's tropical climate can be both a blessing and a curse with temperatures reaching a high of 36 degree Celsius during the summer time, from March to May, to as low as 18 degrees at the hills during the cooler season from October to January. Summer can get pretty hot, and it is advise that people wear light clothes. The average temperature in Cebu is around 24-32 degree Celsius, and does not fluctuate much with the exception of Summer when it hits all year highs.
Cebu has a very humid environment with averages of 70-80 percent.