Weather: It is much warmer in March, and it is a popular tourism month for the flower festivals and gardens. The average nightly low temperature is 7 °C (45 °F), and the average daily high temperature is 14 °C (57 °F). It feels cold at night due to the high humidity of 78% and the wind. Compounding the cold is the lack of heating in many public places.
The temperatures rise rapidly in March, but there are occasional cold spells when temperatures drop and the winds and humidity makes for very chilly weather.
It is usually cloudy or partly cloudy. The monthly precipitation totals 95 mm, and it rains on about 14 days of the month.
Pollution: The Quality of Air Index is 111. It is lightly polluted. Check the Wuhan weather forecast>>
Clothing: Dress in layers with a good coat and a hat.
East Lake Park: Spring is a great time to see this huge park. The renowned Mo Hill gardens has 13 special gardens and 360 kinds of plants, and gets a million visitors a year. The park has a plum blossom festival in early March, and an even more popular cherry blossom festival from mid/late March to early April.
Hubei Provincial Museum: This big museum in East Lake Park is stocked with interesting ancient artifacts and displays about Hubei and its history. You will appreciate the ancient artwork, the metal pieces, and the beautiful ceramics.
Tourists come in for the flower festivals and festival events, so it is a busy month for tourism. We can help arrange for Wuhan flights and train tickets and hotel rooms. The fast and inexpensive Shenzhen-Changsha-Wuhan-Beijing Bullet train cuts travel time to only a few hours. Let us help you arrange these details and a guide, private vehicle, and driver as well if you wish.
Yangtze River cruise: Wuhan is a stopping point for many river cruise ships. Some ply between Wuhan and Chongqing. Others cruise between Chongqing and Shangha.