I read that on Venus a single day is 243 earth days on account of it spinning so slowly (and clockwise - only Pluto and Venus spin clockwise - and getting slower) and one day is longer than a year (225 days)
Imagine having a bad hair day on Venus!
One theory is the that the atmosphere became so thick that it slowed down the rotation of the planet. If that was the case, i can definitely see that happening here. Yesterday the humidity hit 99% in Taidong. No rain but this incredible mugginess that you could cut with a knife.
I see there's a rain warning out for most of the east coast. Although it's pouring in Ilan right now (but really, when isn't it?), it's supposed to extend down the coast. CWB bumped Taidong's POP from 30-70% and issued the warning. There are no building dark clouds here particularly, and can't see anything obvious on the radar this far south, but it is bloody humid, so maybe...