The multi-sectoral consultations have identified flooding (refer to Figure 12), rain-induced landslides, typhoon (extreme weather condition), drought and earthquake (refer to Figure 13) as the major hazards that the municipality is at risk for if it is mitigated and counter-measures were not adopted.
By adding the projections to the observed values, the mean temperature in 2020 and 2050 will be 27.60C and 28.60C for the months of December, January and February, respectively. The forecasted highest mean temperature in Monkayo will be in the months of March, April and May in the year 2050 with 30.10C.
The municipality will experience less rainfall during 2036-2065 (centered at 2050). The highest estimated seasonal rainfall will be in the year 2020 specifically in the months of December, January, February with a 10.2% or 84.53 mm increase from the 748.1 mm observed value. It can be noted that the lowest rainfall will occur in March, April and May 2050 with 584.27 mm and followed by June, July, August 2050 with 699.47 mm.
There are 2,981 days with temperature greater than 350C in Monkayo during the 2006-2035 period and 5,373 days during the 2036-2065 period. Also, there are 4,789 dry days in the municipality during the 2006-2035 (centered at 2050) and 4 days with rainfall above 150 mm of the same period.