It’s about 10oC, with the mercury still dropping here in Taipei. In the mountains to the south, it is and has been snowing.
The cold air is forecast to remain for another four or five days, and more snow is on the way: here, and the video here. (These links are in Chinese: you can use any translation page to read, or just admire the pictures.)
Obviously, cold weather and snow are rare in Taiwan. Groups of people, many who have never seen snow before, are rushing to the mountains to take pictures and throw snowballs. Some are joking that it’s the end of the world. But the best news is that it might be a white Christmas!
Of course, snow falling in the subtropics does not prove global warming isn’t real. But it is evidence that it is frightened.