By: Hung Hsueh-ching and Frances Huang
Taipei, March 4 (CNA) Temperatures in northern Taiwan could fall as low as 14 degrees Celsius on Wednesday night as northeasterly winds begin to affect the island, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
The CWB said the seasonal winds are expected to drag down daytime highs in northern Taiwan on Wednesday by about 5 degrees from a day earlier to 20 degrees before the mercury falls to 14-15 degrees at night.
Daytime temperatures in central Taiwan will range between 25 and 27 degrees Wednesday, compared with 27-28 degrees a day earlier, but fall to 16 degrees at night.
The south will see daytime highs of 27-30 degrees, similar to Tuesday, and temperatures of 18-19 degrees at night. [FULL STORY]