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Taiwan's high mountains to dropped -18 degrees and 7 degrees Celsius for low lying areas


Taiwan's weather for the week will be the coldest so far in the winter season. Tomorrow, Thursday will be the coldest. The high mountains like Xueshan and Yushan mountain will have more thicker snow so far in this season.

In northern part of Taiwan, based on the Central Weather Bureau (CWB). The temperature tonight will be ranging from 8 to 11 degrees Celsius. and tomorrow will dropped down to 7 to 10 degrees at night. The county of Miaoli will have the coldest area tomorrow night ranging from 7-10 degrees Celsius, while the rest will have 8 to 11 degrees Celcius.

In Central Taiwan, the weather tonight will range from 8 to 10 degrees Celsius. Yunlin will have the coldest temperature because tomorrow will ranged from 7 to 12 degrees Celsius, while Taichung will have 9 to 13 degrees Celsius tomorrow night.

In Southern Taiwan, weather forecast tonight will have 12 to 17 degrees Celsius. And tomorrow night the temperature will dropped to 11 to 18 degrees Celcius.

In Eastern Taiwan, Yilan's temperature tonight will range from 8-12 degrees Celsius while Hualien 13-15 degrees Celsius and tomorrow night the temperature will be the same.

In Nantou County, tonight temperature will range to 8 to 13 degrees Celsius and tomorrow night will be 7 to 13 degrees Celsius.

For the mountains in the country with 3,000ft above sea level will have a thicker snow.

For Yushan Mountain, the temperature tonight will range from -12 to -5 degrees Celsius and tomorrow night will be the coldest which will ranged to -14 to -7 degrees Celsius and on Friday -14 to -5 degrees Celsius.

For Xueshan Mountain, tonight temperature will dropped to -15 to -4 degrees Celsius and tomorrow night temperature will ranged to -18 to -4 degrees Celsius, which will be the coldest so far. And on Friday the temperature will dropped to -16 to -3 degrees Celsius.

Expect the coldest forecast tomorrow and heavy snow on high mountains tomorrow night.

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