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Beijing Climate

 

Beijing's climate is defined as "continental monsoon." The four seasons are distinctly recognizable. Spring and autumn is the best time to be in Beijing, particularly in the months of April, May, September and October.


Autumn is considered to be the best time to visit Beijing as the skies are clear and the weather is very pleasent.


The four seasons are very clear in Beijing with a temperate spring, rainy summer, clear autumn, and a cold, snowy winter. The average temperature throughout the year is 11.80. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of -4.60 and the hottest month is July at an average temperature of 26.10. Unfortunately, spring and autumn are shorter than summer and winter.

Although winter is can be a little cold, that should not keep you from traveling to Beijing as indoor heating is widely available. AS this the low season prices are lower and Beijing is less crowded. Nevertheless, as the indoor/outdoor temperature difference is rather large, travelers should be prepared with warm clothing and a thick coat is recommended for the colder months of the year. In winter, off-season discounts are to be had as well.


Bilingual weather information can be obtained by dialing 121 when in Beijing.


The average precipitation in a year is 644 mm. The frost-free period is 180-days.


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