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Taipei weather

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Taipei city is situated in the north of Taiwan. Taiwan has tropical and subtropical weather.
It typically presents an average temperature of 22C (71.6F) all year round. There is no severe cold in winter, but it has brutal heat and high humidity in summer. Generally, November to the next April is the best timing to tour there with regards to temperature and humidity.

The annual average temperature of the northern part is around 21.7C (71F) while is around 24.1C (75F) in the southern part. The coldest months are from January to March with the lowest temperature to about 13C (55F). In some rare cases, there will be frost or snow on the high mountain. The hottest months are from June to August with the highest temperature up to around 32C (90F). The average temperature of the rest months is around 25C (77F).

Taiwan is a humid region. The northern part (where Taipei is situated), middle mountain area and the western plain are abundant with rainfalls in different periods. June to October is the typhoon season in Taiwan, with July to September offering the most activities to experience. The months with the most rainy days are in plum rain season in May and June while thundershowers mostly came in the afternoons in summer.

Taipei Weather: Average Climate by Month

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
High (ºC) 17 17 19 24 27 27 29 32 30 27 27 18
Low (ºC) 13 14 15 19 22 24 26 28 27 24 18 13
Rain (mm) 94 142 177 182 208 284 208 238 203 129 76 76
High (ºF) 61 61 65 74 79 80 83 90 85 79 80 64
Low (ºF) 55 56 58 66 71 75 78 82 80 74 64 55
Rain (in) 3.7 5.6 7 7.2 8.2 11.2 8.2 9.4 8 5.1 3 3
Taipei Average Monthly Temperatures Taipei Average Monthly Rainfall(in)
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