By: Kay Liu
Taipei, April 17 (CNA) An approaching weather front will increase the chance of
showers across Taiwan Monday, before milder weather returns later in the week, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Taiwan saw mainly cloudy weather with scattered showers on Sunday, with daytime temperatures in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung reaching highs of 24.9, 30.8 and 30.4 degrees Celsius, respectively, according to the bureau.
The weather is expected to become more unstable Monday because of an approaching weather front, which will result in localized showers and thunderstorms in western and northeastern Taiwan, and scattered showers in eastern Taiwan, the bureau said.
Temperatures are likely to fall to around 20 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan and the mid-20s in central Taiwan, but still reach 31 degrees Celsius in the southernmost county of Pingtung, the bureau noted. [FULL STORY]