Taipei--Temperatures around Taiwan will rebound on Sunday due to a decreasing cold air mass, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
Daytime highs in the north could reach 22 degrees Celsius, while those in central and southern Taiwan were forecast to hit 24 and 26 degrees, respectively, the bureau said.
It warned, however, that there will be sharp differences of more than 10 degrees in temperatures in the morning and at night, urging the public to take warm clothing with them if they plan to stay out till nighttime.
The lowest temperature of 9.8 degrees on Sunday morning occurred in Bianqiao District, New Taipei, while the lows in most parts of the country ranged between 15-18 degrees, the bureau said.
As a result of reducing moisture, most parts of the country will see sunny or cloudy skies for the rest of the day, except for Hualien and Taitung counties in eastern Taiwan, where there will be occasional sporadic rain, the bureau said.
On Monday, the weather will be dry and cold, but temperatures will climb higher before Thursday, when a cloud system will approach and bring more moisture.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel