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Jincheng Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Increasing sunshine 14 19
Wed
Mostly cloudy 15 18
Thu
Increasing sunshine 16 18
Fri
Increasing sunshine 18 20
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Taiwan Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Bade City
Mostly cloudy 17 24 20% Moderate
Chiayi
Increasing sunshine 19 27 10% High
Donggang
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% High
Hengchun
Mostly cloudy 22 24 20% Moderate
Hsinchu
Mostly cloudy 18 24 20% Moderate
Hulien City
Mostly cloudy 18 23 20% Moderate
Jiadong
Increasing sunshine 19 26 10% High
Jincheng
Mostly cloudy 15 18 20% Moderate
Kaohsiung
Increasing sunshine 19 26 10% Moderate
Lan Yu
Mostly sunny 20 22 10% Moderate
Magong
Mostly cloudy 21 23 20% Moderate
Mituo
Increasing sunshine 20 26 10% Moderate
Nangan
Mostly cloudy 15 16 20% Moderate
Pingtung
Increasing sunshine 19 27 10% High
Pratas Island
Mostly cloudy 24 25 20% Moderate
Taichung City
Mostly sunny 18 25 10% High
Tainan City
Increasing sunshine 19 26 10% High
Taipei
Mostly cloudy 17 24 50% Moderate
Taitung
Mostly sunny 18 23 10% Moderate
Taoyuan City
Mostly cloudy 18 23 20% Moderate
Wuci
Mostly sunny 18 24 10% High
Yilan
Cloud increasing 18 24 20% Moderate
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18:26 EDT

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