Taiwan’s climate is characterized by hot and humid summers, and mild and relatively dry winters. The average annual temperature in Taiwan is about 23 degrees Celsius (73°F). The highest temperature recorded was 39.3°C (102.7°F) in Kaohsiung during July 2013, while the lowest was -2.1°C (28.2°F) in Hehuanshan during February 2017. Rainfall is usually concentrated in the summer months of June to September, while winter months tend to be drier. Typhoons are a common occurrence between July and October, when they usually bring heavy rains and strong winds throughout the island. Check bridgat for Taiwan Weather and Climate.
Taiwan Area Code
+886 is the dialing code for Taiwan. Taiwan consists of a large and a few smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean, east of the Chinese […]