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It feels hotter than it actually is because of the high humidity.It gets a little cooler (a few degrees) in the "winter," that is, around January through March.It is never cold or even close to it, although people who have lived here awhile complain they are freezing on those rare days when the temperature drops down into the 70s.
People concerned about the safety of their housing go to the typhoon shelters that have been set up in the public schools. We get out the fluorescent lamps or the Coleman lantern (although the latter is smelly and hot), and look for things to do that don't require electricity or much light.
Stupid people head to the beach to go surfing on the big waves brought in by the typhoon.
Nervous boat owners move their boats to the harbor of refuge and tie them up as well as they can.
Other storms have turned away and missed us at the last moment.
On several occasions, schools were canceled, the typhoon missed us, and we all had a beautiful, sunny holiday.