Hengyang China Weather

In 2016, little to no snow fell in the city of Guangzhou in Guangdong province, the first in the city in 87 years. The average maximum temperature from June to July was 16C, while the coldest month, January, was an average low of 2c. The largest city in the north-east of China is Beijing, Harbin, in January and in the colder months, when the temperature regularly drops to 38C / 36F.

It is short, but it is also cold, with temperatures regularly below freezing and no snowfall, and it is easy to see a relentless cold. In winter there is relatively little snow in Harbin, and although it is not difficult, it can and must rain frequently, as in the End of May. In summer, cold snaps occur, which occasionally drop the temperature below freezing, but there are only occasional heavy rain and heavy snowfalls.

In some areas of Beijing, spring is in April or June, but further south, the spring season is much shorter, beginning in the north - east and beginning of May in Beijing - in late March or early April. Summer is also much warmer than in other parts of the country, such as the east coast of China. Try to avoid the months of June / July / August, as they are the worst months for snow and cold, with heavy rain and heavy snowfall. October and November can also be pleasant for visitors from the east coast of Shanghai. , it is usually spring (March - May), although in some parts it can also be summer.

Autumn and autumn are the most favorable times of the year with high temperatures, low humidity and good weather conditions. However, both spring and autumn tend to be very precipitous and snowy, and temperatures are very low.

Temperatures are high in spring and autumn (around 25 ° C) and in the rainy season, and low in winter (around 30-40 ° C).

Summer is oppressively hot, with temperatures regularly reaching 40 ° C or higher, and it is advisable to avoid the hottest part of the day until around 2 pm. Further south, along the Yangtze River, summer can drag on until the middle of the year, but temperatures in July and August can often exceed 35 ° C.

If you are looking for dry weather, it is October, July and then December, but you should try to avoid the islands during the autumn season. Try to avoid the most popular tourist destinations on the island, such as Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan and Hubei, as well as the capital Guangzhou and the southern part of Shanghai.

Northern China and Beijing are in high season when you visit in May, June, September and October. In China, the peak season is October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May and June.

North-East China and Harbin are best seen in summer and winter, the summer is not too hot and the temperature rises almost daily in the cold winter. Spring in Harbin is mid-April or May, although it is short in April and May. May is the windiest time of the year, but going outside is pleasant and in spring and summer there can be plenty of sun and warm weather.

The warmest time of the year is generally during the summer months, when the maximum is around 25.9 degrees, with the temperature rarely dropping below 67.8 to 9 degrees. The dew point tends to change more slowly, so temperatures typically vary significantly between day and night. Although temperatures can drop at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights.

Autumn and autumn in Harbin are shorter, as temperatures can fluctuate between day and night. Autumn and autumn are in Beijing in the summer months with a maximum temperature of 67.8 to 68.9 degrees in general hive.

Winter in Beijing is cold and lasts from November to March, with January being the coldest, with an average of -4C. There is very little snow, but cold winds can make the city seem unbearable, and the end of January and the beginning of February are cold. Shanghai winter is December and February, although January is colder than average, with lows of 35C and highs of 53C. The coldest day of the year is January 19, which at + 35C is a low of over 53C.

Winter temperatures in Beijing are almost like in spring, which means very little rain, but at the beginning of the season the days can be cold and windy. Winter temperatures in the city range from -4C to -5C, and the winter temperature is almost spring-like.

Hunan Province has frosty weather, but snowfall is rare and it is generally cold. The average temperature is only 0 ° C and there are areas with frosty weather, such as Hunan province.

Rainfall is relatively uniform, although the air quality is very poor in January and February and the temperature feels pleasant in the humidity, except for the coldest winter weeks. Spring is characterized by heavy rainfall, while summer is long, hot and humid, with less rainfall. Autumn is pleasant and rather dry, but in winter it rains quite a lot and the rainfall is relatively low.

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