Climate of China.
In China, the climate varies by region, however, it is recommended to visit parts of China during the spring and fall regardless of the region. If you are in the arid north, the monsoon areas of the coast or in the tropical south, it is important to prepare for the weather before leaving.
You must know that spring and autumn are often short seasons and summer and winter is long. March and April, September and October correspond to be best times to travel to China because temperatures are around 20°C. Monsoons are often marked in the spring on the coastal region from Shanghai to southern China and even in the interior; typhoons may even impede the progress of a stay. The end of the year is ideal for traveling since the temperature is milder.
The northwestern region is known as the “furnace of China” in the summer and Tibet is virtually inaccessible in the winter due to the snow and difficult road conditions.
In the summer, despite the high in temperatures in central and northern China, there is occasional rain that cools the air. For example, the Chinese will spend Chinese New Year on the beaches of Hainan and the southern part of the country to enjoy the mild climate, while less coldest of winter, they can attend the International Ice Sculpture Festival in Harbin, in the northern part of the country. In autumn, Beijing is at its best. You should take advantage of visiting Tibet in the because of the good solar protection and night showers that cool the air. In the spring, Hangzhou and Suzhou the flowers are blooming providing an aesthetically pleasing vacation.