China

Climate

 
China climate is extremely diverse, stipulated by the vastness of its territory, complicated lay of land and impact of the ocean. China is located in several climate zones. Mainly, it has equatorial, tropical, subtropical and moderate climates.
 
A peculiar feature of the China’s climate is its monsoon nature. Winds from north in winter and from south in summer are prevailing there, a sharp change of seasons are quite typical for the country. A rainfall season usually comes in the hottest season.
 
Considering its vast size, there are differences in the climate according to region.
 
North: generally experiences hot summers & cold winters.
 
East Coast: humid climate.
 
Southeast: experiences a humid subtropical climate.
 
Southwest: Temperatures are mild and seasonal variations are not great.
 
Northwest: It is the largest climatic zone within China. It experiences extreme continental weather.