Jinning District Climate

Climate of Jinning District

Jinning District belongs to the north subtropical monsoon climate zone of low latitude plateau. Spring and winter are sometimes dry and slightly cold; Summer and autumn are humidity, without hot phenomenon.

From 1957 to 1988, the data of 32 years'observation at Jinning Meteorological Station showed that the annual average temperature was 14.8, the average temperature in the coldest month (January) was 7.9, the average temperature in the hottest month (July) was 19.6, and the annual range was 11.9. The warmest year was 15.4 (appeared in 1987 and 1988) and the coldest year was 14 (1977) with an annual variation of 1.4.

‣ The Best Time to Go

With favorable weather all year round,Jinning District is a beautiful place worth traveling, especially from March to October-the best time to visit Jinning District when blooming flowers, ripe fruits and festival activities all gather together.

However, there is also something that tourist should notice in four seasons.

Spring (March to May): Because the weather in Panlong District is a bit dry, suggested that tourists drink more water and eat more fruit and vegetables. And pay attention to the large temperature changes between day and night.

Summer (June -August): Due to the strong UV radiation and changeable weather,  tourists had better wear sun hats, sun glasses and sunscreen. And drink more water against dry weather and altitude sickness.

Autumn (September to October): From May to October is the rainy season in Kunming, if it rains the temperature will be lower, so tourists have better to take a windcoat and light sweater.

● Winter (November to February): The average temperature in Kunming in the coldest month, which will be 6 degree to 8 degree. People who are easily getting cold would better bring down jacket.

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