Temperatures forecast to fall as seasonal winds arrive
CNATAIPEI -- The temperature in Northern and Northeastern Taiwan is likely to fall overnight to about 21 degrees Celsius due to northeastern winds, the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday.
October 3, 2013, 12:11 am TWN
The high in those areas was close to 30 degrees Wednesday, the bureau said, forecasting a drop of 3-5 degrees by the next day.
The chances of rain could also increase, as northeastern winds move in, forecasters said.
Other parts of the country might also see a drop in temperatures to around 23 degrees, with mostly cloudy skies, the weather bureau said.
It cautioned against strong wind gusts in coastal areas and the outlying islands, saying the wind speed is likely to reach 89 kilometers per hour.