What is the annual
mean temperature in Beijing?
Located at the North Temperate Zone,
Beijing enjoys a typical continental, yet affable monsoon
climate. Though it has distinctive four seasons, the
time for spring and autumn is relatively short while
that for summer and winter and winter is much longer.
The yearly mean temperature is 11.6 degrees centigrade
(53 degrees Fahrenheit.) The hottest days are in July
and the highest temperature averages 25.8 degrees centigrade
(or 77 degrees Fahrenheit). The coldest days are in
January with a mean temperature at minus 4.6 degrees
centigrade (or 23.7 degrees Fahrenheit.) The best time
in a year is in August, September and October, the golden
season for making tours in Beijing.