|Thu||Windy with rain||26||32|
Taiwan Weather Forecasts for Thursday
|City||Forecast||Min||Max||Chance of rain||UV index|
|Bade City||Heavy rain||27||32||90%||High|
|Chiayi||Mostly sunny||28||35||10%||Very High|
|Donggang||Mostly sunny||29||34||10%||Very High|
|Hsinchu||Windy with rain||29||33||60%||High|
|Hulien City||Possible thunderstorm||28||34||40%||High|
|Jiadong||Mostly sunny||28||34||10%||Very High|
|Kaohsiung||Mostly sunny||29||35||10%||Very High|
|Lan Yu||Windy with rain||28||29||60%||Very High|
|Mituo||Mostly sunny||28||34||10%||Very High|
|Pingtung||Mostly sunny||28||36||10%||Very High|
|Pratas Island||Late thunder||29||30||40%||Very High|
|Taichung City||Windy||28||35||10%||Very High|
|Tainan City||Mostly sunny||28||34||10%||Very High|
|Taoyuan City||Windy with rain||27||32||60%||Moderate|
|Yilan||Windy with rain||26||32||60%||High|
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