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Yushan presented its first snow fall of the winter in Taiwan

Taiwan's Yushan on Friday (Dec 20) received its first snowfall this winter with the arrival of the new seasonal northeasterly winds with enough moisture, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).

Temperatures in Yushan dropped to zero degrees Celsius Friday morning with enough rain snow began to fall at 11:25 a.m., reported by CWB.

Meanwhile, temperature in Taiwan will reach 15-19 degrees at night and in the early hours. 

Daytime temperatures in low-lying areas are forecast at 20-22 degrees in the north and northeast, 23-25 degrees in the central, east and southeast areas, and 25-26 degrees in the south per data of CWB.

Taiwan's Yushan also known as Mount Jade, Jade Mountain, or Mount Yu, is the highest mountain on Taiwan at 3,952m above sea level. (Photo CWB)


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