There's really no winter here in the Philippines, but there's a 'cold season' for Filipinos. The Philippines basically has 2 seasons- summer and the rainy season. But the cold Siberian winds would blow to the Philippines from December to the first week of March. So, December up to the first week of March is considered as the 'cold season' here in the Philippines. Sometimes such cold season is either shortened or extended in weeks depending on the winter season in Russia and Siberia. The pictures in this iReport were taken at around 4:55 in the afternoon (Manila Time). Today is February 2, 2013 here in the Philippines. I was walking towards my house in Muntinlupa City when I took the pictures. It was raining a little, though the sun was out and shining, when I took pictures of my own shadow. I was carrying an umbrella then. My own weather forecast, which was based on how I saw my shadow this day, is that the 'cold season' here in my country will still continue. That may mean winter might still linger in places where there are four seasons.
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