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In most people's notion China is a hot country. However, this statement is not true because the climate of the country is very diverse because of its huge size.
The country has the informal name "Middle Kingdom", which fully reflects its essence. Here you can meet virtually all types of climate, available on the planet.
If you decide to visit this country, the best option will be the spring trip. In March massively nature begins to come alive and everything blooms.
But we can not forget the size of the country, which makes some difference in temperatures. In April, is more warmer and May brings not just warm, or even hot weather.
Summer brings heat, and in some regions even hot weather. In June and July, slightly stuffy, especially in urban areas, but in August a bit cooler. The downside of this season are frequent hurricanes, but also calm sea water.
In the fall noticeably cooler than summer, but still quite warm. The temperature ranges between 13 and 25 degrees, depending on the region. But with the onset of cooler November, and winter frosts occur.
Results 1. The country is in the range of temperate, subtropical and tropical zones. Eastern parts of the country are affected by the monsoon atmospheric circulation. In winter, cold air flows from the interior of Asia (winter monsoon) brings to the east dry, clear weather. Summer East China under the influence of oceanic air currents (summer monsoon).
2. Monsoon circulation mode is displayed on the heat and atmospheric humidity. The climate of East China characterized by relatively low temperatures and their high seasonal fluctuations. The average January temperature in Harbin -20 ° C to -4 ° C in Beijing. The average July temperature in Harbin, + 23 ° C, the Beijing + 26 ° C Annual rainfall in East China ranges from 500 to 2000 mm, decreasing to the north and northwest. Most of them falls in summer.
Moving to the west and northwest continental climate increases. Hot summer changed cold winters. The average January temperature in the north, in Hailar, is -28 ° C in the west, in Urumqi, -15 ° C. Precipitation was - on the plains of less than 250 mm, and Kashkarskiy plain - about 50 mm. They fall unevenly, especially in summer.
On the Tibetan Plateau harsh climate with low temperatures in winter and summer. In Hartoku (upper river. Indus), the average January temperature is -12 ° C, in July + 12 ° C. Typically there are strong winds. In the eastern highlands annual rainfall ranges from 250 to 750 mm, the western part is more dry.