According to the Philippine Atmospheric Geographical and Astronautical
Service Administration, the province of Aklan is characterized by
two areas of somewhat different climate. The difference lies mainly
in the amount and schedule of rainfall, while temperature differences
is very slight.
The municipality of Buruanga, Malay, Nabas, Madalag
and Libacao has a first type climate, meaning two pronounced seasons
a year. While the municipalities of Ibajay, Tangalan, Makato Lezo,
Numancia, Kalibo, Banga, Batan, Malinao, Balete, Altavas and New
Washington belong to third type climate. Season in this area is
not very pronounced. It is relatively dry from November to April
and wet during the rest of the year.
Temperature is almost constant throughout the year. The coldest
month is experienced on January measuring 26°C, it rises steadily
to an average of 29°C in May, and then declines gradually to
the January level. Cooler temperature is very much common in areas
of higher elevation.