By: Chen Wei-ting and Lilian Wu
Taipei, Nov. 16 (CNA) Temperatures in northern Taiwan, Yilan and Hualien were expected to hit highs of 27 degrees Celsius on Wednesday but the weather should become cooler next week when northeasterly seasonal winds travel southwards, the Central Weather Bureau said.
The CWB said the weather has remained unusually warm this November, with temperatures dropping only in the early morning and evening.
Chiayi City saw a low temperature of 20.7 degrees and Tamsui 21.6 degrees Wednesday morning, but daytime highs should climb to 27 degrees in the greater Taipei area and to 30 degrees in central and southern Taiwan.
Taiwan could get even warmer on Thursday, with the bureau saying the mercury could hit 30 degrees in northern Taiwan. [FULL STORY]