The first three days of the week will continue to be storm-free, but cold and rainy weather will remain in many parts of the country because of the hanging amihan or northeast monsoon.
The Philippine Atmospheric Geophysicaland Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA ) is not anticipating any cyclone to affect the country until Wednesday.
The amihan is a mass of cold air that blows into the country from Siberia responsible from early November until mid-March.
Metro Manila and the rest of the country will be partly cloudy to cloudy with showers or thunderstorms.
Moderate to occasionally strong winds blowing from the northeast will blow over eastern section of the country and the coastal waters in these areas will be moderate to occasionally rough.
PAGASA said a storm in the Pacific Ocean is too still too far to affect the country. Once it enters the Philippine area of responsibility (PAR) it will be named “Caloy,” the first storm to affect the country this month and the third for this year.