Shantou China Weather
While hot springs and saunas are not as popular in the humid Guangdong province as in the cold northern regions, Nan'ao is one of China's most popular tourist destinations, not to mention one of China's best-kept secrets. The resort manages to spring from geothermal pools that come from the ground, the first of its kind in China and the world, though not the only one in the country, as the hot spring sauna is as common in southern China as in colder, colder regions.
In the second half of the season, the sky is often cloudy and it can also be windy; in November, there may be some windier days. While autumn is theoretically the best season (it is definitely warmer in summer), typhoons are possible in summer, while the Tropic of Cancer is responsible for a lot of typhoon activity in the South China Sea and other parts of China. There is also a good chance of tropical cyclones and tropical storms in October, November and December, but it can be a bit cold at the end of these months. Winter is the good time in China, although it can sometimes get cold, especially in the north. While it gets a little cooler in winter (although there are also some milder days, as in January and February in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces), the South China Sea is cold in February and March with a high temperature of around -40 degrees Celsius.
During the month of Shantou it will stay dry for 5 days, but in June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January and February it will be drier.
In the month of Shantou it will remain dry for 14 days, in January it will average 2 days and in February it will average 3 days. It will have been dry on 22 days of the year, but in December it snowed on average on one day and in March on average on one day. In January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, January and February it will be drier on 20 days. The water level of the river, the main source of water in Shantouchi, is dried not only 15 days a month for ShantOU, but also in all other months of the year.
In the month of Shantou it will be dry for 7 days, but in August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September it will be dry for 20 days. It is the second highest water level in Shantouchi and the third highest in all of China.
In the month of Shantou it will remain dry for 3 days, but in August, September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August and September it will have been dry for 20 days. It is the second highest water level in Shantouchi and the third highest in all of China. October is one of the driest months in China, and October and November are dry. November is the driest month for the months of November and December and January to March and April to May. May to August is a drier month than August to September and October to November. September to October: It will be dry for 8 days and 17 days a year from March to April and 18 days a year throughout the season from May to June.
In the month of Shantou it will remain dry for 3 days, but it will have been dry for 12 days in the year from March to April and 18 days in the year during the season from May to June. It is the second highest water level in Shantouchi and the third highest in China from July to August. April to May: The driest months are April, May, June, July, August, September and October.
The wettest periods are April to June, July to August are rainy, with at least half of the rainy season from autumn to the beginning of winter and October to January. And then December is the driest month, as was the case in April 2008 and May 2006. Spring is pleasantly warm, but also cloudy, the air becomes muggy in May and thunderstorms begin with a little more frequent sun. There is a risk of low typhoons still, but they normally move over the area in June and early November and do not affect it in any area during this time, as they do in other parts of China.
As you can see, the trend is similar to Shaoguan in the north, but most of the rain fell in 31 days around June 10, and the rainfall was 1675 mm.
The daily highs are between 73degF (22.8degF), which feels very comfortable in view of the humidity and the wind. Highs range from 86 to 8º F in Shaoguan, with a maximum of 86.5º S (23.4º M) and a low of 68.7º D