Weather by season across China

Weather Summary for Selected Cities in China:

Beijing:

Spring: Daytime temperatures: 11°C to 24°C, Nighttime temperatures: 2°C to 13°C.

Spring in Beijing is generally mild and dry, with occasional sandstorms in March and April.

Summer: Daytime temperatures: 29°C to 31°C, Nighttime temperatures: 17°C to 24°C.

Beijing summers are hot and humid, with frequent thunderstorms and occasional heatwaves.

Autumn: Daytime temperatures: 18°C to 26°C, Nighttime temperatures: 7°C to 15°C.

Autumn is considered the best time to visit Beijing, with clear skies, comfortable temperatures, and colorful foliage.

Winter: Daytime temperatures: 2°C to 5°C, Nighttime temperatures: -9°C to -1°C.

Beijing winters are cold and dry, with occasional snowfall and freezing temperatures.

Shanghai:

Spring: Daytime temperatures: 15°C to 24°C, Nighttime temperatures: 8°C to 16°C.

Spring in Shanghai is mild and humid, with occasional rain showers and rapid temperature changes.

Summer: Daytime temperatures: 26°C to 32°C, Nighttime temperatures: 20°C to 26°C.

Shanghai summers are hot and humid, with frequent rainfall and occasional typhoons.

Autumn: Daytime temperatures: 23°C to 28°C, Nighttime temperatures: 16°C to 22°C.

Autumn is relatively comfortable in Shanghai, with mild temperatures and clear skies.

Winter: Daytime temperatures: 8°C to 12°C, Nighttime temperatures: 1°C to 6°C.

Shanghai winters are cool and damp, with occasional cold snaps and drizzly weather.

Hong Kong:

Spring: Daytime temperatures: 23°C to 28°C, Nighttime temperatures: 19°C to 23°C.

Spring in Hong Kong is warm and humid, with occasional fog and showers.

Summer: Daytime temperatures: 29°C to 32°C, Nighttime temperatures: 25°C to 28°C.

Hong Kong summers are hot, humid, and rainy, with frequent thunderstorms and occasional typhoons.

Autumn: Daytime temperatures: 27°C to 29°C, Nighttime temperatures: 23°C to 25°C.

Autumn is considered the best time to visit Hong Kong, with comfortable temperatures and lower humidity levels.

Winter: Daytime temperatures: 18°C to 20°C, Nighttime temperatures: 14°C to 18°C.

Hong Kong winters are mild and dry, with occasional cold fronts bringing cooler temperatures.

Chengdu:

Spring: Daytime temperatures: 16°C to 22°C, Nighttime temperatures: 9°C to 15°C.

Spring in Chengdu is mild and humid, with occasional rain showers and blooming flowers.

Summer: Daytime temperatures: 26°C to 29°C, Nighttime temperatures: 18°C to 21°C.

Chengdu summers are warm and humid, with frequent rainfall and occasional heatwaves.

Autumn: Daytime temperatures: 19°C to 24°C, Nighttime temperatures: 12°C to 16°C.

Autumn is considered the best time to visit Chengdu, with comfortable temperatures and clear skies.

Winter: Daytime temperatures: 9°C to 12°C, Nighttime temperatures: 3°C to 6°C.

Chengdu winters are cool and damp, with occasional fog and drizzle.

Guilin:

Spring: Daytime temperatures: 20°C to 26°C, Nighttime temperatures: 13°C to 18°C.

Spring in Guilin is warm and humid, with occasional rain showers and blooming flowers.

Summer: Daytime temperatures: 29°C to 33°C, Nighttime temperatures: 21°C to 24°C.

Guilin summers are hot and humid, with frequent rainfall and occasional heatwaves.

Autumn: Daytime temperatures: 24°C to 28°C, Nighttime temperatures: 17°C to 20°C.

Autumn is relatively comfortable in Guilin, with mild temperatures and clear skies.

Winter: Daytime temperatures: 11°C to 14°C, Nighttime temperatures: 6°C to 9°C.

Guilin winters are cool and damp, with occasional fog and drizzle.

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