Taiyuan China Weather
The weather in Taiyuan is too cold to be pleasantly warm for travelers. The wind is so strong that the windiest day of the year will be April 27 and the coldest day will be May 1, with -40 degrees Celsius.
Weather stations report that the annual snow is low from mid to late November to mid-December. December, January and March are It is expected to be driest, with mixed snow and rain.
Summer tends to be warm and hot, with most of the rainfall concentrated in July and August. If you want to visit Taiyuan in a very warm time, the hottest months are July, June and August, while the coldest months in winter are January, February and March.
The rainy season lasts 6-7 months, with rainfall from the end of August to the beginning of September from north - east and south - west. The first days of August are very likely to see rain, and that will continue until the beginning of September. The brightest period this year lasted 3 - 8 months and the driest period 2 - 3 months.
During the year, the temperature typically fluctuates between 11AdegF and 85AdgF and is rarely above 2AdEGF (93AdeGF). Given the humidity, the temperatures feel cold for about half a year and warm for the other half.
The sky is dark blue with an average brightness of 1AdegF (0AdeGF) and a low value of -1AdgF. The sky is bright blue, with an altitude of + 2AdEGF and an altitude of 2,500 meters.
Daytime highs range from 76 to 2ºF, and it will feel cool due to humidity and wind. Highs range from 83-9 degrees F, with an average brightness of 1AdegF (0AdeGF) and a low value of -1AdgF. Daily highs range from 73-8 degrees C, but with a maximum of 83.9 degrees D.
The wind that blows in a particular place is a combination of wind speed and direction, and humidity. The quietest day of the year is August 31, but the current wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average. A light breeze is considered to be a wind gust of 1AdegF (0AdeGF) or less, with an average speed of 2AdgF.
Based on the tourism score, the best time to visit Taiyuan for warm weather activities is in late May to early September. Based on this value and the average wind speed of 2AdegF (0AdeGF) or less, it is early July and early August for hot weather activities.
Based on this value, the best time to visit Taiyuan for general outdoor activities is late May to early September for warm weather activities. Summer tends to be warm and hot, with most of the rainfall concentrated in July and August. The wettest months are September (57.4%) and the wettest months are October (46.5%) and November (47.2%).
It is not a good idea to travel to China during the "Chinese Holidays" when a large number of Chinese people are on the road. The three most important holidays in China are New Year's Eve, Spring Festival and Great Wall Day. One advantage of staying in China at these times is that you can experience the meaning and celebration of Chinese culture up close.
In Taiyuan, the winter is frosty, dry and mostly clear, and the summer is long, warm and partly cloudy. In moderately high altitudes the weather is warm, sunny and dry with high humidity and strong winds. Temperate altitudes are characterized by cold, wet and cloudy conditions with low humidity, high temperatures and low winds.
The area is less temperate than tourist destinations around the world, but given this comparison, there is a significant difference in weather conditions between Taiyuan and the rest of China and other parts of the world.
The western S56 (Taiyuan - Gujiao Highway) connects the west of the S6 (Taiwan - Guangdong) and S7 (Guangzhou - Shanghai) motorways with Taiyuan's western satellite city of Gu jiao. In the name of the city, two Chinese characters are to be found, referring to the place where the Fen leaves the mountains and enters the relatively flat plain.
China's launch activities scheduled for 2018 are tied to the successful launch of China's first space satellite in 2017, and the more successful space launches China has achieved this year are also expected. It was previously announced that China will launch 22 meteorological satellites in 2020, including two satellites for the Chinese Meteorological Observatory and one for the Chinese Meteorological Centre. Taiyuan, with a population of 1.5 million people, is home to most of China's largest cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangdong, Hebei, Jiangsu, Hainan, Liaoning, Zhejiang, Sichuan and Guangxi.
Experts said the data collected by the satellites would make weather forecasts easier in China, but also in other countries. Zheng Guoguang, director of the CMA, said that FY 3 would work with the existing FY 2 to ensure timely weather forecast for the Olympics. The new satellites with larger payloads would provide weather forecasts over a medium range of 10 to 15 days, Cma officials said.