By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Wu, former Central Weather Bureau Director-general, said sunny weather and higher temperatures are expected throughout Taiwan on Sunday (April 2) and Monday (April 3) as a high pressure system is hanging over Taiwan and the cold air mass is weakening. However, he said the nighttime temperatures will be much lower than the daytime temperatures.
April 4 and April 5 will see stable, sunny weather, but temperatures still fluctuate greatly from day to night, according to Wu. As for April 6 through April 8, mid- and high-level clouds will increase, but the weather will still be on the stable, warm and comfortable side and a bit hot during daytime, with partly clear skies forecast for western Taiwan and scattered showers for eastern Taiwan, according to Wu. With near-ground moisture on the rise, fog is expected in the offshore Kinmen and Matsu areas, he said. [FULL STORY]