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Dongjidao Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Windy 20 21
Fri
Windy 21 21
Sat
Windy 21 22
Sun
Mostly sunny 22 22
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Taiwan Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Alishan
Mostly sunny 12 20 20% -
Bade City
Clearing shower 18 23 50% Moderate
Banqiao
Clearing shower 19 23 70% -
Caoling
Mostly sunny 14 22 5% -
Caotun
Mostly sunny 15 26 5% -
Cape San Diego
Rain 22 22 90% -
Chaozhou
Mostly sunny 19 26 20% -
Chenggong
Late shower 19 22 90% -
Chiayi
Mostly sunny 17 26 5% Moderate
Chishang
Mostly sunny 15 21 70% -
Dacheng
Mostly sunny 19 23 5% -
Dajia
Mostly sunny 17 24 5% -
Dawu
Late shower 21 23 50% -
Daxi
Mostly sunny 17 24 30% -
Donggang
Mostly sunny 20 25 20% Moderate
Dongjidao
Windy 21 22 5% -
Dongsha
Windy 23 24 70% -
Dongshi
Mostly sunny 15 24 5% -
Dongshi
Mostly sunny 19 24 20% -
Erlin
Mostly sunny 18 23 5% -
Fenggang
Mostly sunny 22 25 30% -
Fengyuan
Mostly sunny 16 25 5% -
Gu Ting Keng
Mostly sunny 17 27 20% -
Guan Zi Ling
Mostly sunny 16 25 20% -
Guangfu
Possible shower 16 20 90% -
Guanxi
Mostly sunny 16 24 20% -
Hehuanshan
Mostly sunny 8 17 30% -
Hengchun
Windy 23 25 30% Moderate
Hsinchu
Mostly sunny 18 24 5% Moderate
Hualien
Rain 19 21 90% -
Hulien City
Possible shower 13 18 90% Moderate
Huwei
Mostly sunny 17 25 5% -
Jhuzihu
Rain 19 21 80% -
Jiadong
Mostly sunny 20 25 20% Moderate
Jiali
Mostly sunny 19 25 5% -
Jiaoxi
Rain 19 20 90% -
Jiaxian
Mostly sunny 16 24 20% -
Jincheng
Windy 17 20 5% Moderate
Kaohsiung
Mostly sunny 19 25 20% Moderate
Keelung
Rain 20 21 80% -
Lan Yu
Windy with showers 24 24 80% Moderate
Lishan
Mostly sunny 7 17 30% -
Liuqiu
Mostly sunny 22 24 20% -
Liyu Lake
Possible shower 16 20 90% -
Ludao
Possible shower 23 23 90% -
Lukang
Mostly sunny 18 23 5% -
Lushan
Mostly sunny 9 19 30% -
Ma Tou Shan
Mostly sunny 15 24 20% -
Magong
Windy 21 21 5% Moderate
Meinong
Mostly sunny 17 26 20% -
Miaoli
Mostly sunny 17 24 5% -
Mituo
Mostly sunny 19 26 20% Moderate
Nanao
Heavy rain 19 20 90% -
Nangan
Late shower 16 16 50% Moderate
Nanzhuang
Mostly sunny 15 24 5% -
Pengjia Islet
Possible shower 21 22 70% -
Pinglin
Rain 18 20 80% -
Pingtung
Mostly sunny 18 26 20% Moderate
Pratas Island
Windy 23 24 70% Moderate
Sandimen
Mostly sunny 17 25 20% -
Sanyi
Mostly sunny 16 24 5% -
Sanzhi
Rain 20 21 70% -
Shanhua
Mostly sunny 18 26 20% -
Shei-Pa
Mostly sunny 12 20 20% -
Sihu
Mostly sunny 19 24 20% -
Suao
Heavy rain 20 21 90% -
Sun Moon Lake
Mostly sunny 13 23 20% -
Tai Ping Shan
Rain 12 18 90% -
Taichung City
Mostly sunny 16 25 5% Moderate
Tainan City
Mostly sunny 19 26 5% Moderate
Taipei
Drizzle 18 22 60% Moderate
Taitung
Late shower 19 23 50% Moderate
Tamsui
Possible shower 20 22 70% -
Taoyuan City
Mostly sunny 20 23 30% Moderate
Tianzhong
Mostly sunny 16 26 5% -
Tpdu
Possible shower 12 17 90% -
Wuci
Mostly sunny 17 24 5% Moderate
Xiangshan
Mostly sunny 18 24 5% -
Xiangyang
Mostly sunny 9 17 30% -
Xihu
Mostly sunny 17 25 5% -
Xindian
Rain 18 22 80% -
Xinwu
Windy 20 23 5% -
Xinxing
Mostly sunny 20 25 20% -
Xinying
Mostly sunny 18 26 20% -
Yilan
Rain 18 20 90% Moderate
Yuanli
Mostly sunny 18 23 5% -
Yuanlin
Mostly sunny 15 26 5% -
Yujing
Mostly sunny 16 26 20% -
Yushan
Mostly sunny 8 18 20% -
Zhongli
Mostly sunny 19 24 20% -
Zhudong
Mostly sunny 17 25 5% -
Zhunan
Mostly sunny 18 24 5% -
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