Taipei, April 8 (CNA) Temperatures across Taiwan will begin to rebound on Sunday after the cold front that affected the country in the past two days weakened, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
On Sunday morning, the mercury dropped to a low of 12.9 degrees Celsius in Su’ao and Yilan in northeastern Taiwan, CWB forecaster Lin Ting-yi (林定宜) said.
Daytime temperatures are expected to rise quickly in the western half of Taiwan, with the mercury likely to hit 25 degrees in the north, and 27-28 degrees in central and southern Taiwan, Lin said. But he warned of sharp drops in temperatures in the early morning and at night.
In the coming week, the weather throughout Taiwan will be sunny and stable until Saturday, when a front is expected to pass through the island, Lin said.
(By Chen Wei-ting and Flor Wang)