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  • Sharp temperature drop hits Taiwan

    Stay informed about the latest weather updates in Taiwan as the Central Weather Administration issues warnings of significant temperature drops and cold surges across various regions. Expect sharp decreases below 10 degrees Celsius, scattered showers in certain areas, and strong northeast winds in coastal regions.
    2024/03/13 14:50
  • Taiwan shivers: CWA warns of temperatures dropping

    Stay updated on the latest weather conditions in Taiwan with this story from Taipei. The Central Weather Administration has issued an "orange" signal cold surge advisory for Keelung City and New Taipei City, indicating temperatures of 10 degrees Celsius or lower. Former CWA Weather Forecast Center director Daniel Wu predicts a drop to below 9 degrees. Be prepared with your umbrellas as isolated showers are expected across the country.
    2024/03/07 13:55
  • Taiwan braces for persistent cold wave through Feb 28

    Stay updated on the cold surge advisory affecting New Taipei City, Keelung City, Taoyuan City, and Hsinchu County in Taiwan. Meteorologist Lin Te-en forecasts the cold wave to persist until Feb. 28, with temperatures possibly remaining around or below 10 degrees Celsius.
    2024/02/26 11:23
  • Taiwan faces a surge in viruses amid cold front

    Taiwan grapples with a surge in virus transmission amidst a cold front. Learn about the impact and the crucial role of vaccination and health measures in curbing the spread.
    2024/01/25 18:14
  • Taiwan’s cold snap leads to food delivery dilemmas

    Residents in Taiwan are facing difficulties in getting food delivery services due to persistently low temperatures. The Central Weather Administration issued a cold weather warning, with the lowest temperature dropping to eight degrees Celsius across the country. As a result, many people have chosen to stay indoors, leading to a surge in online complaints about limited delivery options and self-pickup only. Some speculate that couriers are avoiding orders due to the cold weather and low delivery fees, which are as low as NT$30-40 per delivery. This has prompted discussions about the need for higher wages and better working conditions for couriers.
    2024/01/24 15:54
  • Taiwan prepares for winter’s coldest spell

    Taiwan prepares for the coldest period of the winter as Lunar New Year approaches, according to meteorological expert Peng Chi-ming. If a cold surge leads to disaster, it is classified as an "other natural disaster," potentially resulting in work or school closures. Employers are advised to implement safety measures and consider potential risks caused by cold temperatures. Failure to comply with guidelines may result in fines of up to NT$300,000. Holidays due to low temperatures are unprecedented in Taiwan, with work or school suspension only possible if low temperatures cause a disaster. In extreme cold weather conditions, transportation, water, or electricity disruptions may lead to work or school suspension based on assessment by city and county chiefs.
    2024/01/19 17:52
  • CWA issues cold surge advisory for 13 municipalities

    Taiwan’s Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a cold surge advisory for 13 municipalities on Christmas Day, with temperatures expected to significantly drop by Monday evening. The affected areas include New Taipei City, Taoyuan City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, Taichung City, Changhua County, Nantou County, Yunlin County, Chiayi City, Chiayi County, Tainan City, Yilan County, and Kinmen County. Some regions, including Tainan, Yilan, and Kinmen, may experience temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning. However, the cold air mass is expected to weaken throughout the day, leading to a gradual warming trend with temperatures potentially reaching over 20 degrees Celsius. The CWA also predicts a strengthening of the northeast monsoon on Thursday, which will cause another dip in temperatures, particularly on the windward side of northern Taiwan. However, this effect is expected to be short-lived, with milder temperatures forecasted for Friday and Saturday. Nevertheless, there is a possibility of a new cold air mass moving south by Sunday, which could once again lower temperatures in northern Taiwan.
    2023/12/25 19:32
  • Cold surge allegedly caused 18 deaths in northern Taiwan

    Over the weekend, fire departments in Taipei and New Taipei City received reports of 26 cases allegedly related to the recent cold surge, resulting in 18 deaths. While not all fatalities may be directly linked to the low temperatures, authorities are urging people to keep warm. The Central Weather Administration issued a Cold Surge Advisory on Monday, with temperatures dropping to 10 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan and 7.5 degrees Celsius in Yunlin. The New Taipei City Fire Department received four reports of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest on Christmas Day, with only one successful resuscitation. The Taipei City Fire Department had received 18 similar reports the previous day, with 13 families choosing not to resuscitate their loved ones. Officials are warning residents about the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from indoor heaters, water heaters, and other electric appliances during cold weather. They advise maintaining ventilation and using such devices cautiously to prevent fire hazards.
    2023/12/25 16:44
  • Chilly weather ahead: Taiwan to face more potent cold snap

    Former Central Weather Bureau Director-General Cheng Ming-dean warns of a stronger blast of cold air hitting Taiwan, urging residents to brace for chillier weather. The upcoming cold front is expected to be more potent and longer-lasting than the current one, with temperatures remaining low due to a surge of mainland cold air. The Central Weather Administration forecasts a temperature drop as the mainland air mass moves southward, bringing rain to certain regions. Residents are advised to stay vigilant and keep warm as the weather changes.
    2023/12/18 21:09
  • Cold snap in Taiwan tied to surge in cardiac arrests

    During a cold snap in Taiwan from Dec. 15 to 17, there was an increase in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA), with 165 cases reported. However, the National Fire Agency clarified that not all incidents were directly caused by the cold temperatures. In the Taipei and New Taipei metropolitan areas, there were 18 cases of OHCA due to internal medical conditions, resulting in 13 deaths and 5 successful resuscitations. The New Taipei City Fire Department has issued a warning about the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases during the temperature drop, urging individuals with chronic illnesses to take extra care. The department also advises the public to be vigilant for symptoms and to call emergency assistance immediately if needed.
    2023/12/18 16:24
  • Taiwan braces for cool weather as monsoons approach

    Two northeastern monsoons will bring cooler weather and rainfall to different parts of Taiwan starting Thursday (Nov. 22), according to meteorologist Wu De-rong. Rain showers are expected on the windward side of the island, with another monsoon surge arriving on Monday. By Tuesday into Wednesday morning, a strong radiative cooling effect will cause temperatures to drop to around 11 degrees Celsius in Taipei. Despite the temperature drop at night, days will warm up quickly. The entire region is expected to have clear skies today with large diurnal temperature variations. Temperatures across the island range from 14 to 29 degrees in the north and central areas, and 14 to 30 degrees in the south and east. Localized brief showers are expected tomorrow and Saturday along the northern coast, eastern Greater Taipei, and other eastern areas, while regions south of Taoyuan will remain mostly sunny with some cloud cover. As the cold air mass weakens, daytime temperatures in northern Taiwan will slightly cool. By Sunday, as the monsoon eases, the weather is forecasted to improve with a slight temperature increase, though brief showers may still occur in eastern areas.
    2023/11/23 14:33
  • Flu case surge prompts vaccination plea from physicians

    Physicians are urging the public to get vaccinated against the flu as cold and flu cases surge in Taiwan amid cooling weather. Even healthcare providers are being impacted by the rapid spread of a virulent seasonal virus. ENT Dr. Chang Yi-Hao fell ill with gastroenteritis in late October, experiencing two days of fever. The virus has been particularly aggressive over the past few months. Chang emphasized the importance of vaccination, especially for the elderly, individuals with chronic diseases, and young children with weaker immune systems. Wearing face masks has become routine due to COVID-19, but with the easing of restrictions, there has been a rise in flu and respiratory virus infections. Physicians stress the need for vaccination, particularly for those with lower resistance to disease.
    2023/11/16 21:02
  • 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
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