By: Wang Shu-feng, Yu Hsiao-han and Y.F. Low
Daytime highs in northern regions are forecast to register between 25 degrees and 28 degrees Celsius, dropping to 22 degrees to 23 degrees at night, the bureau said.
For the rest of Taiwan, temperatures will remain relatively high, reaching 29 degrees to 32 degrees during the day before falling to 24 degrees to 25 degrees at night, according to the CWB.
Moisture carried by northeasterly winds could cause heavy rainfall in parts of Yilan, Keelung and the mountainous areas of greater Taipei Saturday, the bureau warned, advising residents to be on alert for sudden downpours, thunder strikes and landslides. [FULL STORY]