Fujian Province, in Southeast China opposite Taiwan, has a sub-tropical monsoon climate, with moderate winters. The average temperature for a year is 18 °C (64 °F). In January the coastal regions average around 8 °C (46 °F) while the hills average 7 °C (45 °F). In the summer, temperatures are high, so visitors in Fujian need to remember to put on sun block in the daytime.
Fujian is one of the provinces with the most rainfall in China. The rainy days are mainly in March, April, and June, and typhoons mainly in August. As typhoons always come in August, visitors wanting to travel to the seaside should avoid this period. The best time to travel in Fujian are in spring and autumn.
Gulangyu Island, with its quite streets, beautiful scenery and architecture, and piano museum, is located in Xiamen (a city in Fujian). The best seasons to visit Xiamen are in spring and autumn. The average temperature for a year in Xiamen is 21 °C (70 °F). It is a little hot in summer and a little cold in winter. The rainy period is from May to August.
Weather Forecasts for Major Cities in Fujian
I updated this article on February 11, 2014
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