The temperatures will continue to be on the chilly side on Tuesday.
By: Wendy Lee , Taiwan News, Staff Writer
As this year’s 25th typhoon Tokage has weakened into a low depression, less rain has been seen
throughout the day on Monday, while a cloud system from the south may turn the weather wet again the following day, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
Localized heavy rain is expected across the island and especially for northern part of Taiwan starting Tuesday afternoon, the forecasters said.
The temperatures will continue to be on the chilly side, with mercury hovering around 20 degrees Celsius in the north, and up to 23 degrees Celsius in the south, the bureau said.
Meanwhile, yet another typhoon could be forming next week as a tropical disturbance seems to be brewing southeast of the Philippines. The bureau noted that it will continue to watch over its movements as it is likely to turn into this year’s 26th typhoon. [SOURCE]