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Leshan Climate & Weather

 

Briefing

Leshan has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate and is largely mild and humid. Winter is short, mild and dry, with a January average of 7.1 °C (44.8 °F), and while frost may occur, snow is rare. Summers are long, hot and humid, with highs often exceeding 30 °C (86 °F), yet extended heat waves are rare. The daily average in July and August is around 26 °C (79 °F). Rainfall is light in winter and can be heavy in summer, and more than 70% of the annual total occurs from June to September.
 

Climate Data Table for Leshan

Month
Item
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
average temperature
(℃)
7.5
9.3
13.3
18.6
22.4
24.6
25.4
26.5
22.5
18.3
13.8
9
Rainfall (mm)
16.8
23.3
41.1
80.9
98.4
154.5
376.4
298.6
162.9
65.5
34.1
11.7
Days of rainfall
9.8
11.8
13.3
14.7
16.1
16.8
16.4
15.2
17.6
16.2
10.5
9.2
 

Tips for Leshan Weather

Best season to visit Leshan
The best time to visit Leshan City is spring and summer. During this time, the weather is comfortable with a mild temperature range between 15C – 20C, neither hot nor cold with sunny and cool days.
 
Summer is the season of rain. Rainfall in summer constitutes around 80% of the city’s annual rainfall. During this time, the climate is humid and hot. The winter is low season for tourism. At this time; you can enjoy much more discount from hotels and air tickets.
 
Best time to Mount Emei
Mount. Emei is only 31 kilometers away from Leshan city, you won’t miss that.
In April, people can see the blossom carpet covering the mountain. It is the best time to see one of the famous Mt. Emei scenes – Sea of Clouds.
Between May and June, sunny days on the foot of the mountain while rainy days at the peak of it.
November to the next January and February, sunny day at the peak for you to see the famous scenes Sea of Clouds, Sunrise and Sunset, The Holy Light of Buddha.
 
Avoid Peak Holidays:
It is not a good idea to travel in China during Chinese holidays when huge numbers of Chinese people are travelling around. The busiest three national holidays in China are Chinese Spring Festival (usually in late Jan or early Feb.), International Labor Day (May 01 to 03) and National Day (Oct 01-07).. Spring Festival is an especially crowded time to travel. The advantage of being in China at this time is that you will get the opportunity to experience "first hand" the significance of these celebrations in Chinese culture.

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