Taipei, March 7 (CNA) Sunny skies are expected around Taiwan on Wednesday with temperatures forecast to move higher from a day earlier before a strong continental air mass moves in on Thursday, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
The CWB said that with the strength of northeasterly winds fading, the weather in Taiwan should be stable throughout the day Wednesday, with highs of between 22 and 24 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan, up 4-5 degrees from a day earlier.
Highs in central and southern Taiwan are expected to rise 2-3 degrees from Tuesday to 26-29 degrees, the CWB said.
The lowest temperature in low-lying areas of Taiwan early Wednesday morning were recorded in Tamsui District in New Taipei at 15.7 degrees, the CWB said.
A weather front is expected to start to affect Taiwan on Wednesday night, bringing sporadic showers, especially to the northern part of the country, the CWB said.
After the strong continental air mass begins to affect Taiwan on Thursday, highs are expected to fall to 9-11 degrees in northern and central Taiwan as well as Yilan in the east and to 13-15 degrees in southern Taiwan and Hualien and Pingtung, the CWB said.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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