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  • Warm days and cool nights: Taiwan’s weather outlook

    Explore the latest weather forecast for Taiwan as Daniel Wu predicts brief showers in the north, cooler temperatures, and a potential tropical disturbance near the Philippines. Stay updated on the changing conditions and prepare for a week of stable, sunny weather with cooler nights.
    2024/05/14 13:16
  • Northern Taiwan cools down amid plum rain front and monsoon

    Explore the recent weather forecast for Taiwan as meteorologist Lin Te-en discusses the impact of the northeast monsoon and the plum rain front, leading to a cooler, rainy week ahead. Discover how these conditions affect various regions differently, from potential thunderstorms in the north to lighter rains elsewhere, and how residents should prepare for the changing weather.
    2024/05/02 13:38
  • Taiwan’s weather swings: From heatwave to plum rains

    Taiwan faces a scorching day with temperatures up to 36°C, particularly in its southern and southeastern areas, as forecasted by the Central Weather Administration. Foehn winds are anticipated in Taitung County, prompting a heat advisory with a yellow warning for Tainan, Kaohsiung, Pingtung, and Taitung counties. A weather shift is expected to bring brief showers or thunderstorms, especially in the central and northern regions, with heavier rainfall predicted for the northeastern and Greater Taipei’s mountainous areas. Meteorologist Lin Te-en highlights an expected above-average rainfall for May, aligning with the plum rain season, potentially easing Taiwan’s water scarcity concerns yet raising flooding risks.
    2024/04/30 11:54
  • Warm weekend ahead for Taiwan with sunny skies and showers

    Explore Taiwan’s weather forecast with Daniel Wu, a meteorologist and adjunct associate professor at National Central University. Expect a warm weekend with scattered showers, sunny spells, and potential fog across various regions. Wu advises on precautions against sunburn and heatstroke as temperatures might soar to 36 degrees Celsius. Anticipate a frontal system bringing brief showers and atmospheric instability in the coming days, yet with continued warm conditions.
    2024/04/12 10:03
  • Taiwan records spring’s warmest day as island heats up

    Stay updated on the latest weather conditions in Taiwan as meteorologist Lin De-en reports the hottest day of spring, with scattered showers across the country. Check the high-temperature warnings issued by the Central Weather Administration for various regions and stay informed about air quality forecasts and visibility conditions.
    2024/03/25 11:24
  • 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
  • Cold front brings rain and dip in Taiwan’s temperatures

    Get the latest on the weather front passing over Taiwan causing a dip in temperatures on Monday. Expect increased humidity, localized showers, and heavy rain in central regions. Meteorologist Lin De-en predicts rainfall easing by Tuesday morning, with temperatures dropping further. Dress warmly for lows of 14-15°C in the north and northeast, with highs around 19-22°C. Be prepared for short spells of rain and potential hail or snowfall above 3,500 meters in central areas northward.
    2024/03/11 10:39
  • Taiwan braces for sudden heatwave before chilly plunge

    Stay informed about the fluctuating weather in Taiwan this week. A heatwave is expected on Tuesday, with temperatures reaching up to 35 degrees Celsius before plummeting to as low as 10 degrees in some areas by the weekend. Meteorologist Wu Der-rong warns of a cold air mass from China bringing rain and significantly colder temperatures. Keep an eye on the Central Weather Administration’s forecasts for the latest updates.
    2024/03/05 10:47
  • 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 braces for rainy start to Lunar New Year celebrations

    Taiwan is expected to experience gloomy and rainy weather from the eve of the Lunar New Year on Thursday to New Year’s Day on Friday, according to meteorologist Peng Chi-ming. The weather is expected to improve from February 10 to February 12. Windward areas, including Taoyuan, Greater Taipei, Keelung’s North Coast, eastern parts of Yilan and Hualien, and the Hengchun Peninsula, are likely to receive rainfall due to the impact of the northeast monsoon. The central and southern mountainous areas may witness sporadic showers with more cloud coverage in the plains. The southwestern monsoon will intensify rainfall north of Taichung and in Yilan from Tuesday night until Wednesday, with the northern and northeastern mountainous areas receiving the most rain. The entire island will experience showers and heavy rain, especially in the central and northern regions, Yilan, and Hualien, between the eve of the Lunar New Year and New Year’s Day. Rainfall will gradually decrease from the evening of February 8, but showers may potentially occur throughout the day on February 9. The weather will gradually improve beginning on New Year’s Day, with the western half of Taiwan turning partly cloudy to sunny. However, the eastern half will still see an increased amount of clouds with occasional showers. Weather conditions are expected to enhance further from the second to the third day of the Lunar New Year, potentially resulting in clear skies in the western half and partly cloudy to clear skies in the eastern half. In terms of temperatures, the north, northeast, and mountain regions will experience the coldest weather on New Year’s Day, with lows between 10 and 12 degrees Celsius. The southern and eastern regions of Hualien and Taitung will have lows of 12 to 14 degrees, with temperatures slowly warming thereafter.
    2024/02/06 12:09
  • Taiwan to enjoy spring-like warmth with rising temperatures

    Get the latest weather forecast for Taiwan from Meteorologist Wu Der-rong. Temperatures will rise throughout the week, reaching 30 degrees Celsius in the south. While the north will see highs of 25 degrees during the day, mornings and evenings will remain cooler. Expect temperatures of 12-22 degrees in the north, 12-25 degrees in central regions, and 13-27 degrees in the south. Starting Tuesday, wind direction will change, bringing stable sunny weather to the west and occasional showers to the east. A small northeast wind on Friday may cause localized rain and a slight drop in temperature in the north. Spring-like temperatures will return on the weekend, with sunny weather in the west and possible showers in the east. Stay tuned for updates on the next cold snap.
    2024/01/29 13:48
  • Snowfall, hail hit Yangmingshan amid Taiwan’s cold wave

    Proactive citizens in Taiwan brace for an intense cold wave, as the Yangmingshan Anbu Weather Station and other areas experience notable accumulations of snow. The coldest period of this strongest cold wave falls on Tuesday and Wednesday, with temperatures ranging from 5℃ to 14℃. The Central Weather Administration reports hail, followed by rain mixed with snow, and a depth of one centimeter of accumulated snow by 6 a.m. Dress warmly and prioritize safety while driving, especially for those venturing uphill to enjoy the snow scenes. A gradual warming trend is expected to begin on Thursday.
    2024/01/23 10:19
  • Taiwan braces for a chilly week ahead with snow predictions

    Expect fair weather through Friday, followed by cooler and wetter conditions from Saturday to next Wednesday, according to WeatherRisk meteorologist Ke Yu-ning. Temperatures in Taiwan will continue to rise on Thursday, with increased cloud cover in mountainous areas. Coastal areas will see a 1-2 degree drop in high temperatures on Friday, while inland regions will remain warm. The chance of rain is relatively high in eastern parts and the Hengchun Peninsula. The expected weather front has been delayed and is now forecasted to pass over Taiwan from Saturday morning to Sunday morning. Northern temperatures will fall from 16-21 degrees to 14-17 degrees over the weekend and into next week, while central and southern regions will experience a daily decrease of 1-2 degrees. A significant temperature drop is expected on Monday and Tuesday, with the coldest weather occurring Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning, when temperatures may fall to around 9-10 degrees Celsius in most urban areas. Despite a slight warming during the day on Wednesday, conditions will remain chilly. High-altitude regions may experience snowfall next week, with the snowfall altitude potentially increasing to 2500 meters as cold air diminishes. Temperatures in these areas may approach or drop to freezing from Monday evening through Thursday, creating the opportunity for snow.
    2024/01/18 11:15
  • CWA issues low-temperature warning for four regions

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a low-temperature warning for Keelung, New Taipei, Hsinchu County, and Taoyuan. The forecast predicts temperatures to drop below six degrees Celsius due to a passing cold wave. Tomorrow morning, the north of Taiwan will experience temperatures between 11 to 13 degrees, while central and southern regions will be at 13 to 15 degrees. The East Longitudinal Valley region will see temperatures between 15 to 17 degrees, with extreme lows possibly reaching one or two degrees. Northern regions, including Yilan, are expected to have lows of 9 to 11 degrees, while other areas will be at 12 to 14 degrees. Despite a weakening cold front on Saturday, regions will remain relatively cold. However, Meteorologist Wu Te-jung predicts that the cold will ease by next Tuesday into Wednesday, with temperatures rebounding and sunny weather.
    2023/12/21 14:55
  • Taipei braces for cold wave, snow in high mountains forecast

    A meteorologist predicts a cold front will bring lower temperatures and possible snowfall in high mountain areas of Taiwan. Temperatures in Taipei could drop to 9.5 degrees Celsius, meeting the standard for a cold wave. Areas north of Miaoli County and the Huadong Valley may see temperatures below 8 degrees Celsius. The weather in areas north of Hsinchu and in Yilan will be damp and cold throughout the day. Snowfall is expected in Taipingshan, Lala Mountain, and Shei-Pa National Park, with Yangmingshan possibly experiencing sleet or rain mixed with snow. Mountains over 3,000 meters above sea level in areas north of Taoyuan and at the border of Yilan and Hualien counties may also see snowfall.
    2023/12/20 17:29
  • Taiwan braces for cold snap, temps to plunge to 8°C

    Get the latest weather update for Taiwan. Temperatures are expected to increase slightly following the weakening of a mainland cold air mass. However, a more potent cold front is predicted to sweep in on Tuesday, with temperatures potentially dropping as low as 8°C on Thursday and Friday in the plains. The Central Weather Administration reports chilly temperatures ranging from 14-17°C in northern regions and Yilan, while central and southern areas are slightly warmer at 16-27°C. Greater Taipei and parts of the eastern half of the country may experience brief local showers, while other areas will remain mostly clear to cloudy. Dress warmly and be prepared for significant diurnal temperature variation in the western half. A frontal system on Tuesday brings a chance of rain to the north, followed by a stronger cold air mass on Wednesday with temperatures potentially falling to 10-11°C. Independent meteorologist Daniel Wu predicts the cold spell to peak between Thursday evening and Friday morning, with temperatures around 8°C, possibly making this cold air mass even more intense and enduring than its predecessor. The effects of the new cold front will continue until Saturday morning, leading to persistent wet and cold conditions in northern Taiwan, with central and southern parts experiencing a mix of clouds and clear skies. Stay vigilant regarding health and warmth due to these significant weather fluctuations.
    2023/12/18 20:30
  • Taiwan to see sun, approaching rain as cold front nears

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has forecasted sunny to partly cloudy skies across Taiwan and its outlying islands on Friday (Dec. 15), with a front bringing brief rain showers to the north, northeast, and Matsu in the evening. A continental polar air mass will move in the next day, resulting in a drop in temperatures and damp, cold weather that will persist through Monday. Independent meteorologist Daniel Wu predicts that a stronger wave of cold air will arrive on Tuesday (Dec. 19), potentially marking the season’s first cold wave. Brief showers are expected in the northern and eastern parts of Taiwan from Saturday, with lows around 12 degrees Celsius in some metropolitan areas. Rain will pause on Monday until Tuesday afternoon, followed by another wave of cold air from Tuesday evening to Friday (Dec. 22). Weather models suggest that this wave might reach the strength of a strong continental cold air mass, with the potential for it to be upgraded to a cold wave. The cold is expected to gradually weaken by Saturday, Dec. 23.
    2023/12/15 15:40
  • 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
  • Taiwan expects stable weather with isolated heavy rains

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) predicts stable weather conditions across Taiwan, with mostly cloudy to clear skies for the first half of Friday (Nov.10). However, a weather front is expected to pass through in the afternoon, bringing isolated heavy rain to the north coast of Keelung and mountainous areas of northern Taiwan. Meteorologist Wu Te-jung estimates that the island will experience sharp temperature drops due to the arrival of its first wave of continental air mass starting next Monday, with the country’s plain areas forecasted to drop below 15 degrees Celsius at their lowest. In the morning hours of Wednesday and Thursday, as northeast winds weaken, there will be a slight improvement in weather and a brief rise in temperature. However, the east of Taiwan can expect brief showers during this time. With continental highs hanging over the island, most regions across Taiwan are forecasted to remain relatively stable next Friday. Wu also foresees slight chills brought on by the effects of Taiwan’s first projected wave of cold air mass, offsetting daytime warmth, as "radiative cooling" (RC) causes bodies to lose heat at night.
    2023/11/10 22:12
  • Strongest northeast monsoon of season to hit Taiwan

    The strongest northeast monsoon of the season is set to reach Taiwan by Friday evening and will last for four days, according to meteorologist Wu Der-rong. Residents are advised to take necessary precautions for the cold. The Central Weather Administration predicts mostly clear to partly cloudy skies on Wednesday, with high temperatures ranging from 30 to 32 degrees Celsius in the western regions and 27 to 29 degrees in the eastern regions. The northeast monsoon weakening will result in concentrated rain in the eastern regions and the Hengchun Peninsula, with minimal precipitation elsewhere. Wu attributes the stable, sunny weather and significant rise in temperature from Wednesday through Friday to the influence of "Indian summer". However, Wu warns of significantly colder weather by next week, with Taipei’s minimum temperature potentially dropping to around 18 degrees and lows across the flatlands likely to dip below 15 degrees.
    2023/11/08 20:44
  • Taiwan to experience slight cooling in next 10 days

    Find out the latest weather forecast for Taiwan in this story. Meteorologist Chia Hsin-hsing predicts a slight cooling in temperatures over the next ten days. The weather will remain stable from Wednesday to Friday, but southern Taiwan should be cautious of potential air pollution.
    2023/10/16 11:36
  • 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
  • Taiwan braces for Typhoon Doksuri after 4-year reprieve

    Taiwan has not had a direct hit from a typhoon in approximately four years, but now the country is preparing for the arrival of Typhoon Doksuri. 
    2023/07/26 16:44
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