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  • Taiwan on alert for 2024’s first potential typhoon ’Aiwini’

    Discover the potential formation of 2024’s first typhoon, "Aiwini," as detected by the Central Weather Administration east of the Philippines, and its expected impact on Taiwan’s weather.
    2024/05/08 15:31
  • Cold snap to hit Taiwan from Wednesday to Saturday

    Stay prepared for cooler temperatures in northern and northeastern Taiwan, as the Central Weather Administration forecasts a dip to around 20 degrees Celsius, with possible brief showers and thunderstorms across the island.
    2024/05/06 16:43
  • 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 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.
    2024/02/22 10:37
  • 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.
    2024/02/16 11:00
  • 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.
    2024/02/16 10:25
  • 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.
    2024/02/15 09:59
  • 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
  • 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.
    2024/01/30 10:11
  • Taiwan feels the chill as northeast monsoon hits

    The weather in Taiwan was cooler on Sunday (Jan. 7) due to the northeast monsoon, primarily affecting the northern and northeastern regions, according to the Central Weather Administration (CWA). Miaoli and Nantou experienced particularly chilly conditions with temperatures reaching lows of 10 degrees Celsius, prompting a cold advisory. Yilan and the western half of Taiwan had milder lows between 12 and 16 degrees, while Hualien and Taitung felt temperatures between 17 and 18 degrees. The highest temperatures of the day, ranging between 24 and 26 degrees, were reported in southern and central Taiwan. The coldest areas were Gongguan Township in Miaoli with 10.2 degrees, Zhongliao Township in Nantou with 10.6, and Fenyuan Township in Changhua County with 11.1. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) suggests that the chill from the northeast monsoon will subside slightly on Monday and Tuesday, although northern regions will remain cool. Warmer daytime temperatures are expected in central and southern regions, though rain seems to be on the horizon. Wednesday could see a notable drop in temperatures due to an advancing cold front from the mainland, increasing the chances of light, localized showers in the north and east. From Thursday through election day on Saturday, residents can expect stable and clear weather, albeit with a touch of chill in the mornings and nights. Residents should stay tuned to CWA’s special forecasts as temperatures under 10 degrees are possible in some flatland regions on Thursday and Friday mornings.
    2024/01/07 11:51
  • Taiwan braces for dual Northeast Monsoon onslaught

    Taipei is set to experience two waves of the Northeast Monsoon, which will result in decreasing temperatures and possible brief, isolated showers in the northern and northeastern regions. The monsoon is expected to weaken on Tuesday and Wednesday, but an increase in rainfall across most regions, except for the south, is anticipated due to influence from South China’s rainfall zone. The second wave of the monsoon is scheduled to hit next Friday, intensifying during the night and bringing chilliness and chances of rainfall in the north and Yilan. The air quality in central and southern regions may worsen due to foreign influences, while Yilan and Hualien currently have "good" air quality and Taipei, Hsinchu, Miaoli, Kaohsiung, Pingtung, Matsu, and Penghu regions have a "fair" level. The central region, Yunlin, Chiayi, Tainan, and Jinmen, are under an "orange alert" for air quality.
    2024/01/06 11:19
  • Taiwan’s CWA reports sharp temperature drop island-wide

    Taiwan experiences a significant temperature drop as reported by the Central Weather Administration (CWA) on December 12th. Northern Taiwan sees a sharp decline in daytime highs, reaching around 18 to 19 degrees Celsius, with a damp and chilly atmosphere worsening at night. The cooler temperatures are attributed to the passing of a cold front and a strengthening northeastern monsoon. Central and southern Taiwan witness pronounced day-to-night temperature variations, with highs ranging from 26 to 29 degrees Celsius and lows falling between 20 and 22 degrees. Eastern Taiwan also experiences a cold snap, with top temperatures around 24 degrees Celsius. Sporadic, short-lived rainfall is expected in certain areas, while others will see mostly clear to cloudy skies. Gusty winds are predicted in open coastal areas, and the air quality may be affected by pollutants carried by northeastern winds. The air quality index rates different regions of Taiwan, with Yilan, Hualien-Taitung, and Penghu having "good" levels, while other areas are rated "moderate" or may experience "orange alert" levels.
    2023/12/12 09:59
  • Weather shift to bring comfortable warmth in Taiwan: CWA

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has announced that Taiwan will experience sunny to cloudy conditions with noticeable radiational cooling in the early morning, resulting in a cold start to the day. The temperature difference between day and night in the northern parts of the country is expected to exceed 10 degrees Celsius. The lowest temperature recorded this morning was 11.6 degrees Celsius at Liyu Lake, Hualien. Other regions, including Daxi District in Taoyuan, Guanxi Township in Hsinchu, Xihu Township in Miaoli, and Lunbei Township in Yunlin, also experienced temperatures below 13 degrees Celsius. During the day, temperatures are projected to rebound swiftly, with highs between 24 and 26 degrees Celsius in the northern and eastern parts of Taiwan, and 28 to 29 degrees Celsius in the central and southern parts. From Saturday to Monday, the CWA predicts a shift in winds from easterlies to southerlies, leading to a general increase in temperature across the country. This change will bring mostly sunny to cloudy weather and comfortable warmth. By next Tuesday, a rapidly passing frontal system, along with a strengthened northeast monsoon, will bring a slight dip in temperatures. The northern and northeastern parts of the country will have a cooler day with brief, localized showers, while changes in weather for other regions will be minimal. Starting next Wednesday, clear and sunny skies are expected to return to the entirety of Taiwan.
    2023/12/08 17:14
  • Northeast monsoon chills northeastern Taiwan

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has announced that a strong northeastern monsoon has brought cooler temperatures to northern and northeastern Taiwan. Western parts of Taiwan can expect significant temperature fluctuations between day and night. The CWA has compared the intensity of the current monsoon to that of a continental cold air mass and advises residents to add layers and keep warm. Low temperatures ranging from 14 to 15 degrees Celsius are expected in central and northern Taiwan, as well as the northeastern regions, while other areas will experience lows of 17 to 19 degrees. The northeast monsoon is predicted to weaken by Friday, resulting in a daytime increase in temperature. Despite the large diurnal temperature range in the western half of Taiwan, most areas will have clear to partly cloudy skies. However, isolated, brief showers are anticipated in the southeastern parts of the island, according to the CWA.
    2023/12/07 14:24
  • 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
  • Weakening monsoon brings agreeable weather across Taiwan

    The weakening northeastern monsoon in Taiwan has resulted in temperatures staying above 17 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan on Wednesday. The lowest morning temperature recorded was 16.7 degrees in Huwei, Yunlin County. As the monsoon shifts to a more easterly wind, cloud cover and localized short-lived showers are expected in the Northern and Northeastern coasts, as well as the Eastern half of the region. However, the western half of Taiwan will experience improved weather with sunny to partly cloudy skies. A front system on Thursday could increase cloud amounts and bring precipitation to areas north of Taichung and in the eastern half of the country, particularly in mountainous regions. Following the front, a southbound Northeast monsoon may lead to a temperature drop to 16-18 degrees in urban areas and possibly lower in suburbs at night. The arid and chilly influence will persist on Friday, with high temperatures ranging from 18-19 degrees in the north, 22-24 degrees in central Taiwan, 25-26 degrees in the south, and 21-22 degrees in Hualien and Taitung. This weather pattern is expected to continue until next Wednesday, providing Taiwan with a reliable forecast.
    2023/11/16 21:13
  • 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 records lowest temperature after Lidong at 18.3°C

    Taiwan experienced its lowest temperature of the winter season with a high of 18.3 degrees Celsius reported at Hualien Liyu Lake, according to the Central Weather Administration (CWA). The island-wide temperature ranged between 22 to 24 degrees Celsius. Despite the weakening of the northeast monsoon, it was forecasted to be cloudy to clear over Penghu, Kinmen, and Matsu regions. Isolated showers were expected in the southeast and the Hengchun Peninsula, with a chance of showers in other mountainous areas during the afternoon. Afternoon temperatures were predicted to warm up to 30 degrees Celsius nationwide. A stalled front from Zhejiang, China, and extending west to Sichuan, China, is approaching Taiwan, potentially bringing cooler weather to the northern and northeastern regions. Local sporadic showers are expected in Kinmen Matsu regions, with the possibility of local heavy rain estimated for the Keelung North Coast and northeastern mountain regions. Along with Penghu, central and southern regions of Taiwan are expected to continue to experience mostly cloudy to clear weather, with the possibility of afternoon showers in the mountains.
    2023/11/09 09:48
  • Taiwan experiences fewer typhoons this year

    Taiwan has experienced a relatively low number of typhoons this year, with only 16 recorded between January and October, according to Chia Hsin-hsing, the director of Taiwan Integrated Disaster Prevention of Technology. This figure is the third-lowest since 1951 and is significantly below the long-term average of 22.5 typhoons. While minor rainfall is predicted along Taiwan’s north and northeastern coast, extending to eastern Yilan and Hualien on October 31, the weather is expected to remain stable across the country from November 2 to November 5.
    2023/10/30 11:36
  • Overcast conditions, persisting rain in northern Taiwan

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported that due to the continuous impact of the northeast monsoon, overcast conditions and spells of rain persist in regions to the north of Taoyuan and the eastern half of Taiwan. The rain is more evident in the northeastern areas, while the rest of the nation experiences partly to mostly sunny weather. Southern mountainous regions are susceptible to sporadic short rain showers, with the possibility of brief thunderstorms looming over other mountainous areas in the afternoon.
    2023/10/30 09:42
  • Cooler temperatures in Northern Taiwan through Tuesday

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported that the northeast monsoon and rain from South China on October 28 brought cloud coverage and sporadic showers to Taiwan. Temperatures in northern Taiwan ranged from 20-22 degrees Celsius for the lows and 23-25 degrees for the highs, while other regions saw temperatures between 21-24 degrees. The Matsu Islands had the lowest temperature of 16.8 degrees, while Qidu District, Keelung City, and Guanxi Township, Hsinchu County recorded lows of 19.2 and 19.5 degrees, respectively. The cool weather in the northern and northeastern regions is expected to continue through Sunday and Monday due to the northeast monsoon. From Tuesday to Thursday, temperatures are forecasted to gradually rise with less rain, mainly in the north and east, while the Hengchun Peninsula will continue to experience rain. Next Friday to Sunday, Taiwan can expect cloudy to sunny conditions, with isolated showers at night in eastern regions and along Keelung’s north coast.
    2023/10/28 14:22
  • Intensified northeast monsoon brings rain to Taiwan

    The Central Weather Administration announces that an intensified northeastern monsoon will bring rain across Taipei, Keelung, and the eastern half of Taiwan. Citizens are advised to dress warmly due to a 10-degree temperature variance between morning and night. Continual rainfall is expected for most areas over the next week, with scattered showers in Keelung and the eastern region, and sporadic afternoon showers in mountainous areas.
    2023/10/15 16:25
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