Latest Update 26th, Feb 2009
Taiwan is a subtropical island. The climate varies considerably from a tropical climate in the southwest coastal region, to a temperate climate in the northland and the mountainous regions. The average annual temperatures are 21.7˚C (71.2 F) in the north and 24.1˚C (75.7 F) in the south.
Taiwan enjoys warm weather all year round. The strongest fluctuations in weather conditions are during spring and winter, while during summer and autumn the weather is relatively stable.
Spring is warm and mild but there is frequent rain throughout the country. March to May continuously drizzling rain will sometimes fall on Taiwan. When visiting Taiwan during this period, remember to carry an umbrella at all times.
Summer is a typhoon season usually in July and August with the hottest temperatures from 27˚C to 35˚C (in the 80's and 90's F), the island of Taiwan is located in the subtropical climate zone, and the sun is not as stinging hot as it seems bright, so, don't worry too much about getting burnt by the dazzling sun.
Autumn temperatures are ideal, and this is the driest time of the year. Winter is damp and chilly, with the exception of a few mountain areas where some traces of snow can be found, no snow can be seen throughout Taiwan.
In general, visitors should wear lightweight clothing from April through November; sweaters and coats are necessary only from December through March.
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