Local Weather

Weather in Bejing

The climate in Beijing is of the continental type, with cold and dry winters, due to the Siberian air massses that move southward across the Mongolian Plateau. The summers are hot owing to warm and humid monsoon winds from the southeast bringing Beijing most of its annual precipitation.

January is the coldest month and July is the warmest. Winter usually begins towards the end of October. The summer months, June to August, are wet and hot with about 40% of the annual precipitation.


Average Data

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Average High F

33/36

38/42

50/54

67/70

78/82

86/89

87/90

84/88

77/81

66/69

49/52

36/40

Average High C

1/3

3/5

10/12

19/21

26/28

30/32

30/32

29/31

25/27

19/21

9/11

2/4

Average Low F

13/17

18/21

29/33

43/46

54/58

63/67

69/73

67/71

56/60

43/46

29/33

18/21

Average Low C

-10/-8

-8/-6

-2/0

6/8

12/14

17/19

21/23

20/22

13/15

6/8

-2/0

-8/-6

Max ( F)

54

64

82

90

99

104

104

107

92

84

75

66

Max ( C)

12.2

17.8

27.8

32.2

37.2

40.0

40.0

41.7

33.3

28.9

23.9

18.9

Min ( F)

1

5

19

30

39

48

63

54

36

28

10

6

Min ( C)

-17.2

-15

-7.2

-1.1

3.9

8.9

17.2

12.2

2.2

-2.2

-12.2

-14.4

Rain (in)

0.1/0.2

0.2/0.3

0.3/0.4

0.8/0.9

1.4/1.5

2.9/3

8.0/8.1

7.1/7.2

<0.1

0.6/0.7

0.3/0.4

0.1/0.2

Rain (mm)

<5

5/10

5/10

20/25

35/40

75/80

205/210

180/185

<5

15/20

5/10

<5

               
           

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Contact

Tsinghua University:
Dr. Diange Yang (ydg@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn)


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Dr. Xiaokun (Cara) Wang (wangx18@rpi.edu), or
Dr. Yu Zhang (yuzhang@usf.edu).

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