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Jiadong Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Possible shower 26 30
Fri
Thunderstorms 26 31
Sat
Thunderstorms 27 30
Sun
Thunderstorms 26 31
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Taiwan Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bade City
Thunderstorms 26 32 60% Moderate
Chiayi
Thunderstorms 27 33 60% Very High
Donggang
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Very High
Hengchun
Thunderstorms 27 30 60% Very High
Hsinchu
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Moderate
Hulien City
Thunderstorms 26 30 60% Moderate
Jiadong
Thunderstorms 26 31 60% Very High
Jincheng
Thunderstorms 26 29 60% Moderate
Kaohsiung
Thunderstorms 28 31 60% Very High
Lan Yu
Thunderstorms 26 28 60% Very High
Magong
Thunderstorms 27 28 60% Moderate
Mituo
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Very High
Nangan
Thunderstorms 25 26 60% Moderate
Pingtung
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Very High
Pratas Island
Thunderstorms 28 29 60% High
Taichung City
Thunderstorms 26 33 60% Very High
Tainan City
Thunderstorms 27 31 60% Very High
Taipei
Rain 26 32 60% Moderate
Taitung
Showers 26 32 50% Very High
Taoyuan City
Thunderstorms 27 32 60% Moderate
Wuci
Thunderstorms 26 31 60% Very High
Yilan
Thunderstorms 26 31 60% Moderate
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