Taiwan to see partial lunar eclipse on Sunday
Get ready for a celestial spectacle! The Central Weather Administration has announced that Taiwan will have the opportunity to witness a partial lunar eclipse this Sunday. The penumbral stage begins at 2 a.m., followed by the partial lunar eclipse at 3:35 a.m. The maximum eclipse will occur at 4:14 a.m., and the moon will regain its brightness at 6:28 a.m. The entire process will last for 4 hours and 28 minutes. To make the most of this event, find a location with an unobstructed view of the western sky. Don’t miss out, as the next lunar eclipse visible in Taiwan won’t happen until 2025.
Northeast monsoon to impact Mid-Autumn Festival weather
Taiwan braces for a rainy Mid-Autumn Festival as the northeast monsoon dominates the weather. While central and southern regions offer better moon-watching opportunities, northern Taiwan faces isolated showers. Stay prepared with rain gear.
Moisture brings showers to southern and northeastern regions
Stay informed about Taiwan’s weather updates for Wednesday and beyond. Discover the latest on occasional showers, thundershower potential, and more. Get insights into southern Taiwan’s ideal moon-viewing conditions during the Mid-Autumn Festival.