The Taiwan Weather Thread 2019

2019

#262

I’ll probably ride my bike this weekend… if it doesn’t rain.


#263

Ran this morning. Constant drizzle here in Xizhi. Many runners on the riverside path. Only a few cyclist, all headed toward Taipei. Maybe no rain there.


#264

No rain Taipei yet.


#265

I did a bullshit breakfast ride. I think that the roads were like a bit wet, probably it rained earlier but it didn’t during the time I rode. It was a bit chill outside, perfect time for using that winter jacket that you don’t get to use in Taiwan, not much.


#266

Like taxes and death the temperature is sure to go down every Saturday and go back up on Mondays. Enjoy your sunny work days in office and sad weather for fun on weekends.

Now it is 17degrees, forecast 28degrees on Tuesday, 19 Saturday…


#267

You can always check the forecast for Taichung to cheer yourself up :wink:


#268

It did. Guess where I will be going on the weekend.


#269

My weather forecast app says there is 0% chance of rain today.


#270

Mine said rainy morning. LG weather.

Are you sure yours is set to Taipei? Mine occassionally jumps by itself to the old country or Japan or any of the other places I have set up in the weather app.


#271

Google told me that it was going to rain today…and it’s raining (in Xinyi)

So, that means weather.com is accurate?


#272

My phone says I should be buying ticket to Bali


#273

My phone also tells me that you owe me lunch, from that time about that thing.

Thanks. See you in the 101 food court at noon.


#274

So when is the next typhoon coming?


#275

Already went by I think.

Actually, the water reservoirs are severily low. We got a problem. No rain in winter is a big issue.


#276

They don’t seem to be that bad off (although some of the smaller ones are very low), but I’m not sure what’s normal for this time of year.


#277

Shame on you for attempting to harsh Tía’s rampant panicmongering with trivial facts. :no_no:


#278

Check the news: we had lower than expected rain in winter, hence, less water to go around. But priorities are covered.

Auntie Peng recommends to take cold showers: good for your health and the environment, save on time, water and electricity bills.


#279

But not good for my libido…


#280

#281

You can’t tell me you’re cold! It’s 27°C!