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  • Weather expert warns of showers across Taiwan through Friday

    Discover the latest weather forecast for Taiwan as Daniel Wu warns of potential showers and thunderstorms through Friday, with conditions improving slightly before another front brings nationwide storms next week.
    2024/05/22 10:25
  • Taipei, New Taipei among 10 counties under weather alert

    Discover the latest on the heavy rain alert issued by the Central Weather Administration for Taipei, New Taipei, and eight other counties, including safety warnings and affected areas.
    2024/05/21 17:13
  • Taiwan faces extended summer due to climate change: experts

    Explore how Taiwan could face a seven-month-long summer and other severe impacts detailed in the 2024 climate report, emphasizing the urgency for global cooperation in climate initiatives.
    2024/05/14 16:06
  • Taiwan sweats under severe heatwave, CWA issues warnings

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s weather: a heatwave with temperatures soaring up to 34°C, high-temperature warnings in four counties, and the potential for foehn winds in Taitung. Amidst the heat, expect scattered showers and brief thunderstorms across various regions. However, a shift is on the horizon for Labor Day, with a passing front bringing unstable weather, possible heavy rainfall, and a cool down in northern Taiwan. Stay updated on these changing conditions.
    2024/04/29 11:16
  • Taiwan prepares for dual weather fronts next week

    Taiwan prepares for severe weather with two significant fronts expected next week, bringing heavy thunderstorms and strong winds, especially in Taitung and Hualien. Following a severe thunderstorm in Taipei, the Taiwan Integrated Disaster Prevention of Technology Engineering Consulting director, Chia Hsin-hsing, warns of more intense conditions and advises residents to stay informed.
    2024/04/18 15:49
  • Taiwan faces rising temperatures and extreme rain: CWA

    Discover how Taiwan’s climate is changing with a rise in temperature and shifts in rainfall patterns. Learn about the projections for shorter winters, longer summers, and more extreme weather events, including heavy rainfall and typhoons. Explore the measures being taken by the Central Weather Administration to address these challenges and enhance severe weather monitoring systems.
    2024/04/01 17:36
  • Intensifying cold weather sweeps Taiwan

    Cold weather is intensifying across Taiwan, with increased rainfall in the northern and eastern regions. Temperatures are dropping below 10 degrees Celsius in areas north of Chiayi, with the lowest temperature recorded at 6.7 degrees Celsius in the Yangmei District of Taoyuan City. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a cold weather warning, predicting temperatures below 6 degrees in New Taipei City, Taoyuan, and Hsinchu. The warning also covers Keelung, Taipei, Yilan County, and Kinmen County for sustained temperatures around 10 degrees or lower, and Lienchiang County for temperatures around 6 degrees or lower. High-altitude areas above 3,000 meters, such as Mount Hehuan, Xueshan, and Mount Nanhu, are experiencing freezing temperatures and a high chance of snowfall. The cold air is expected to slightly weaken from Saturday afternoon until Sunday, with brief local showers expected in the northern and eastern regions and brief rainfalls in mountainous areas of central and southern Taiwan. No severe cold fronts are expected to affect New Year’s Eve.
    2023/12/22 12:34
  • Shen-Ao elephant trunk rock collapses into sea

    The iconic Shen-Ao elephant trunk rock on Taiwan’s northeastern coast collapsed into the sea, raising concerns about the fate of the ’Queen’s Head’ rock at Yehliu Geopark. The rock’s trunk was confirmed to be broken, likely due to severe weather and rough sea conditions. This news quickly spread online, sparking discussions and worries about the ’Queen’s Head’ suffering a similar fate. Over the years, erosion has reduced the neck’s thickness of the ’Queen’s Head’ from 144 centimeters in 2006 to 119 centimeters in 2023. The Ministry of Transport and Communications has been working to prevent damage, but can only slow the natural erosion process in hopes of extending the lifespan of this iconic natural structure.
    2023/12/18 20:01
  • CWA predicts record low temperatures as monsoon intensifies

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) announced a sharp drop in temperatures across Taiwan due to the peak intensity of the northeastern monsoon. The coldest region recorded was 15.3 degrees Celsius in Yangmei District, Taoyuan. Professor Wu Der-Romg from National Central University warned that the next monsoon surge could bring even colder temperatures, potentially reaching a record low of 11 degrees Celsius this year. The CWA also reported torrential rain in Yilan and Taipei, raising concerns about severe flooding and potential landslides. Clear skies are expected for the next three days due to the arrival of continental highs, but there may be sharp temperature variations in certain areas. The CWA predicts the presence of a mild typhoon, locally called "Jelawat," passing by Taiwan tomorrow morning, although its projected path remains uncertain.
    2023/11/13 15:37
  • Taiwan’s Triton weather satellite successfully launched

    Taiwan’s first self-made weather satellite, Triton, successfully launched from the Guiana Space Centre in French Guiana on Arianespace’s Vega VV23 flight. Equipped with a locally developed Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflectometry (GNSS-R), Triton’s main task is to calculate wind speeds by receiving signals reflected off the sea surface. It utilizes GNSS-R, a new scientific technology, to observe conditions at all times and improve typhoon intensity and route predictions. Triton’s observational range covers the low-latitude bands of the Pacific, Indian, and Atlantic Oceans, regions known for severe weather.
    2023/10/09 14:46
  • Typhoon Bolaven to intensify, change course northward

    The Central Weather Administration predicts that Typhoon Bolaven will intensify into a moderate typhoon on Monday, October 9, potentially becoming a severe typhoon as it moves northward. Heavy rain advisories have been issued for Yilan, Keelung, Taipei, and New Taipei, with a higher chance of rainfall in the northern and eastern parts of Taiwan. The typhoon, currently southeast of Guam, is expected to veer northeastward by Friday, October 13, posing no significant threat to Japan. Local authorities are urging residents in affected areas to stay updated on weather forecasts and take necessary precautions, particularly in low-lying areas where flooding and landslides are possible due to heavy rainfall.
    2023/10/09 14:40
  • Land warning issued as Typhoon Koinu nears

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) issued a land warning as Typhoon Koinu strengthens, posing a significant threat to Taiwan. Heavy rainfall and rising swells are expected in the eastern region, prompting authorities to urge vigilance.
    2023/10/03 17:15
  • UK storm-chaser documents typhoon impact in Taiwan

    Join James Reynolds, a UK storm-chaser and severe weather photographer, as he travels to Taiwan to document the impact of Typhoon Haikui.
    2023/09/04 17:41
  • Taiwan braces for severe Typhoon Doksuri

    Typhoon Doksuri, currently a moderate typhoon, is expected to intensify into a severe typhoon by 8 p.m. on Tuesday (July 25), according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). A land warning was issued at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
    2023/07/25 17:57
  • Heavy rain causes severe traffic disruption in Taipei

    Severe flooding on Beian Road in Zhongshan District, Taipei City, near The Grand Hotel, and Zhishan Road in Shilin District has disrupted traffic with water levels exceeding 10 centimeters.
    2023/06/30 17:45
  • Typhoon Mawar gains strength, threatens Taiwan next week

    Typhoon Mawar, the second typhoon of the year, regained strength on Thursday (May 25) as it escalated to a severe typhoon at 8 a.m., according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). Moving west-northwest at a speed of 18 kilometers per hour, the typhoon is expected to impact Taiwan next week.
    2023/05/25 17:35
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