By: Evelyn Kao
Taipei, March 21 (CNA) A strong cold air mass from southern China will arrive in Taiwan March 24, bringing temperatures down sharply over the weekend, with the mercury likely to dip to 9-10 degrees Celsius in northern parts of the country, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Monday.
With a cloud system continuing to move eastward toward Taiwan, occasional showers could be seen around the country, with northern and central Taiwan expected to receive significant rainfall, the CWB forecast, adding that the rainy weather will continue through March 26.
All parts of the country could see brief showers, but temperatures will vary only slightly Tuesday and Wednesday before they begin to drop in the latter half of the week, according to the CWB.
Temperatures throughout the country are expected to rebound slightly and the rain will ease up March 27, the CWB said. [SOURCE]