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.
Taiwan weather update: warmer Monday with sunny skies ahead
Stay updated with the latest weather forecast for Taipei and surrounding areas. Expect rising temperatures on Monday with scattered showers in Hualien and Taitung. Be prepared for chilly morning temperatures and increasing daytime highs. Stay vigilant as fog and low clouds may affect visibility. Watch out for potential accumulation of pollutants in certain regions. Be cautious of upcoming weather changes and dress accordingly to stay healthy.
Sunny skies ahead: Taiwan’s weather forecast reveals warmth
Stay updated on the latest weather forecast in Taiwan as the Central Weather Administration predicts sunny and stable conditions today and tomorrow. Expect temperatures around 22 to 31 degrees Celsius across different regions, with a shift to a southwesterly wind on Tuesday bringing mostly sunny skies but possible scattered showers in the south. By Thursday, a cold air mass from China will bring colder temperatures, especially in the northern and northeastern regions. Stay informed with expert Daniel Wu’s model simulation hinting at the possibility of brief showers in northern regions by Sunday.
Taiwan predicts normal Pacific temperatures post-spring
Stay informed about the latest weather updates in Taiwan with insights from the Central Weather Administration (CWA). Discover the forecast for the upcoming quarter, including temperature trends and rainfall expectations. Be prepared for changing conditions as spring approaches.
Taipei shivers as cold front brings 11.5°C chill
Stay updated on Taipei’s weather as a strong cold air mass from China brings chilly temperatures and rainy conditions across the island. Expect lows of 10-11 degrees in the north and highs of 25-27 degrees in the south. Weather forecasters predict a shift in conditions with temperatures possibly reaching 30-31 degrees by Tuesday, before a potential cold air mass brings a drop in temperatures by Wednesday.
Taiwan braces for sudden drop as cold front approaches
Get the latest update on Taiwan’s weather as the Central Weather Administration warns of a significant temperature drop and increased rainfall due to a strong continental cold front from China. Stay informed about the changing conditions across the island, with northern regions expecting the most impact.
Cold snap hits northern Taiwan with 10°C temperatures
Stay updated on the latest weather conditions in Taiwan as a strong continental cold air mass brings chilly temperatures to northern regions. Find out how the Central Weather Administration’s forecasts are impacting areas like Taipei, New Taipei, and Taoyuan, with temperatures possibly dropping below 10 degrees Celsius. Stay informed about the persistent influence of the cold air mass and how it’s affecting different parts of the island.
Taiwan braces for rain and chills ahead
Stay updated on the significant weather shift in Taiwan starting this Thursday, with rain in the northeast and temperatures dropping to 15°C. Highs above 27°C in the south, but expect a cool down. Northeastern monsoon to bring rain and lower temps. Central and south to see minimal impact with highs of 27-31°C. More rain expected over the weekend, followed by a cold wave next week.
Northern and eastern Taiwan to hit 30°C: CWA
Stay informed about the latest weather updates in Taiwan as the Central Weather Administration predicts soaring temperatures in the north and east regions. Be prepared for scattered showers in eastern Taiwan and the Hengchun Peninsula, with significant day-and-night temperature variations. Stay ahead of the weather changes with overcast conditions and occasional showers expected in the north and east.
Taiwan enjoys warm weather as south winds prevail
Stay up to date with the latest weather forecast for Taipei and Taiwan. Expect clear skies with brief showers in select areas, as temperatures range from 26 to 32 degrees Celsius. Anticipate stable weather conditions due to an ＂Anticyclone Reverse Flow System,＂ with potential fog in western regions. Prepare for short-lived rainfall from Thursday to next Tuesday, followed by a surge in cloud cover and cooler temperatures. Keep an eye on the weather reports for the most accurate updates.
Warm and sunny start to the week for Taiwan
Stay updated on the weather forecast in Taiwan this week. Expect warm temperatures on Monday, with a chance of scattered showers in certain regions. Cooler weather is anticipated by Thursday, followed by a cooling trend towards the weekend due to the strengthening northeasterly monsoon.
North to South: A limpse of Taiwan’s varied weekend weather
Stay up to date with the latest weather forecast in Taiwan. Expect varying temperatures across the island, with northern regions reaching 24°C, central areas 27°C, southern regions 28°C, and eastern territories 23°C. Cloudy weather with scattered showers predicted, with nighttime fog in western regions. Temperatures on Sunday to range from 14-30°C, with significant day-night differences. Stay prepared for increasing temperatures from Monday to Wednesday. A new front on Thursday may bring rain and cooler temperatures. Weather report authorized by the Weather Risk Facebook Page.
Tokyo cherry blossoms to bloom early on March 23
The Japan Meteorological Corporation (JMC) has announced its fourth forecast for the cherry blossom season in 2024, predicting that blossoms in Tokyo will start opening on March 23 and reach full bloom on March 30. The JMC attributes the earlier bloom dates to higher-than-normal temperatures this year. In Kyoto, sakura is expected to start blooming on March 24 and reach peak bloom on April 1, according to the JMC’s estimation. The latest forecast also suggests that Northern Japan will see the blossom a day or two earlier compared to the previous forecast, while there will be a delay of one to two days for many areas in Eastern and Western Japan. The JMC anticipates the earliest blossoms to appear in Kochi on March 20, followed by areas such as Kanto Koushin, Tokai, and Kyushu. Additionally, Weathernews, a private weather information provider, has released its ＂third sakura bloom forecast,＂ which aligns with the JMC’s prediction of an earlier bloom period this year, particularly in the Hokuriku Region and Northern Japan, where it will start over a week ahead of schedule.
Chilly spell ends: Taiwan to bask in 30°C weekend warmth
The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reports that northern and northeastern Taiwan experienced temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees Celsius on Feb. 16, due to the influence of the northeast monsoon. However, a warm-up is expected over the weekend. Starting from Sunday, the weather will trend towards being excessively warm, with only a few brief showers expected on the east coast and Hengchun Peninsula. Meteorological experts predict that warm south winds will stabilize the weather next week, with clear skies and high temperatures likely to exceed 30 degrees Celsius. The CWA anticipates a front approaching by Wednesday next week, which may bring increased moisture to eastern regions and mountain areas of the north, resulting in brief, localized showers. Other areas will experience partly cloudy to clear weather. Until the arrival of the new front, the overall climate will remain warm, providing a good opportunity to enjoy the sunshine.
Northeast monsoon cools down Taiwan with chilly temperatures
The northeastern monsoon has brought cooler temperatures across Taiwan, with lows of 12-13 degrees Celsius in the north. Southern and central regions, as well as eastern areas, are slightly warmer with temperatures ranging from 14 to 17 degrees. WeatherRisk predicts daytime highs of 15-17 degrees in the north, 21-25 degrees in the center, 24-27 degrees in the south, and 18-23 degrees in the east. Tomorrow, as the northeast monsoon weakens, all areas are expected to see improving conditions and largely sunny to partially cloudy weather. Radiation cooling will drive down temperatures to around 12 degrees in the north. Temperatures around the country will gradually rise next week, with southern and central Taiwan potentially reaching 30 degrees by next Wednesday, and the north and east seeing highs between 27 and 28 degrees. However, a front approaching next Thursday may bring brief local showers in the northern and eastern halves of the island, while conditions in most other places are forecast to remain largely cloudy to sunny.
Northern Taiwan to feel chill as monsoon intensifies
Get the latest weather forecast for Taiwan on Thursday, with cooler temperatures and brief showers expected in eastern regions, Hengchun Peninsula, and northern hills. The Matsu area will also experience intermittent showers. As a front passes and the northeastern monsoon intensifies, cold weather will sweep across the north and northeast parts of Taiwan, bringing brief showers to these regions as well as the east and Hengchun Peninsula. Daytime temperatures will range from 25 to 29 degrees Celsius, with the south mountainous area possibly reaching 29-30 degrees. Night temperatures in the north and northeast will drop to 13-15 degrees, while other areas will hover between 16-19 degrees. On Friday morning, there will be a significant temperature drop in northern Taiwan as the front passes and the northeast monsoon strengthens. Saturday morning will see a decrease in temperatures due to radiative cooling, but northern Taiwan’s temperature will rebound during the day. From Sunday to next Tuesday, the western regions will experience large temperature differences between day and night, with cloudy to clear weather. On Wednesday, a brief shower is projected for the east and northern mountainous regions as a front approaches, while other areas will continue to enjoy sunny weather. Stay informed and plan your activities accordingly.
Taiwan braces for chilly weather as cold front moves in
Get the latest weather forecast for Taiwan as a mainland cold front moves southward. Expect cold and damp conditions, with morning temperatures ranging between 15 and 17 degrees Celsius. Daytime temperatures will reach only 17 to 20 degrees in the north and eastern regions, while the central, southern sectors, and Taitung can expect warmer temperatures of 23 to 27 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is expected across Taiwan, with broad, persistent rainfall in the north and localized, brief showers in other areas. There is a possibility of snow or sleet in high-altitude areas, particularly on Lunar New Year’s Eve. The weather will stabilize on the second and third days of the lunar year, with gradually warming temperatures. Stay prepared and carry rain gear when venturing outdoors.
Brief showers expected in northern Taiwan
Weather experts have warned that a weak northeast monsoon will briefly impact Taiwan, resulting in temporary showers in the northern and eastern regions. Coastal winds will increase and central and southern regions will experience slightly cooler temperatures, but the effects are not significant. The weekend weather will return to warm and stable conditions. As the Lunar New Year holiday approaches, scattered early showers may occur in the north and center regions. On Monday, there may be brief showers across Taiwan with a decrease in high temperatures as a front passes. Starting from Tuesday next week, the weather will transition to a northeast monsoon pattern, but the incoming cold air is not strong and will mainly affect daytime temperatures on the windward side. From Wednesday evening to New Year’s Eve on Thursday next week, the South China rain area will move eastward, resulting in widespread rain nationwide and significantly lower temperatures.
Northeastern monsoon to cool Lunar New Year celebrations
Get the latest weather forecast for Taipei during the Lunar New Year period. Meteorology experts predict a drop in temperatures due to the incoming northeastern monsoon, with temperatures potentially dipping into the low 20s. Stay prepared and keep your heavy coats handy as you celebrate the new year.
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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.
Taiwan braces for cold snap with warming trend on horizon
Taiwan’s northern and northeastern regions are experiencing cold temperatures, with the mercury hovering around 10 degrees Celsius or lower. Despite a weakening cold wave, warmer weather is expected next week. The Central Weather Administration has issued a cold warning for 17 cities, urging residents to take precautions. Friday’s humidity will decrease, with mostly sunny to cloudy weather in regions south of Hsinchu. However, areas facing the wind, such as the northern coast of Keelung, parts of the east, the Hengchun Peninsula, and the mountainous areas of Taipei, may still see localized rain. Former CWA Weather Forecast Center director Daniel Wu predicts a wind transition from northeastern to easterly and then southeasterly from Monday to Thursday, leading to a daily rise in temperature. This shift will bring clear weather in the west and sporadic, brief rain in the east, with the possibility of fog in western regions and surrounding Kinmen and Matsu islands.
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.
Taiwan prepares for chilly blast as temperatures set to drop
Taiwan is preparing for a cold wave that will bring temperatures as low as 7 degrees Celsius along the coast, according to meteorological expert Daniel Wu. The temperatures in different regions of Taiwan on Monday will vary, with northern areas dropping from 14 to 7 degrees, central areas ranging from 9 to 21 degrees, southern regions from 10 to 24 degrees, and eastern zones from 9 to 21 degrees. Snow is expected to fall in high-altitude areas such as Lala Mountain, Mount Hehuan, Qixing Mountain, and Datun Mountain. The cold front will engulf the entire island from Tuesday to Thursday morning, causing temperatures to plummet even further, potentially dipping below 5 degrees in some plains regions. Local rain is expected in areas north of the central region and the eastern half on Tuesday, with showers in the eastern section on Wednesday. Residents are advised to dress warmly. The cold wave is predicted to gradually weaken from Thursday to the following Sunday, with temperatures rising across the island. Greater Taipei will remain mostly cloudy, while areas south of Taoyuan will experience clear and stable weather, with brief local showers possible in the eastern half.
Cold wave to sweep across Taiwan with snow in the forecast
Get the latest weather forecast for Taiwan as the Central Weather Administration predicts a cold wave next week. Expect frigid temperatures ranging from 7 to 13 degrees Celsius across the island, with snowfall predicted in mountainous areas. This week, temperatures will rise till Friday with easterly winds and highs of 22 to 27 degrees. Brief showers may occur in the east, while the west remains sunny. Unstable weather and rain are expected on Saturday, followed by significant rainfall from Sunday to Wednesday next week. Stay warm and take necessary precautions.