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Dalian Climate

The city's climate is a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate, characterized by humid summers due to the East Asian monsoon, and cold, windy, dry winters that reflect the influence of the vast Siberian anticyclone. The city experiences a one-month seasonal lag due to its position on the Liaodong Peninsula. Average temperatures range from -3.6 °C (25.5 °F) in January to 24.5 °C (76.1 °F) in August. Annual precipitation averages 602 millimeters (23.7 in) but can vary greatly from year to year. Despite the coastal location, the area receives 2740 hours of sunshine per year, or 62.5% of the possible amount.

Average Data

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June

Average High (°F)

28/32

31/35

42/45

56/59

67/70

74/77

Average High (°C)

-2/0

-1/1

5/7

13/15

19/21

23/25

Average Low (°F)

15/19

19/22

28/32

41/44

52/55

60/64

Average Low (°C)

-9/-7

-7/-5

-2/0

5/7

11/13

16/18

Rain (in)

0.3/0.4

0.2/0.3

0.4/0.5

1.1/1.2

1.7/1.8

2.6/2.7

Rain (mm)

5/10

5/10

10/15

30/35

40/45

65/70

Average Data

July

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Average High (°F)

78/82

80/83

73/77

62/66

47/51

34/38

Average High (°C)

26/28

26/28

23/25

17/19

8/10

1/3

Average Low (°F)

68/71

69/72

60/64

49/52

34/38

22/25

Average Low (°C)

20/22

20/22

16/18

9/11

1/3

-6/-4

Rain (in)

6.5/6.6

5.5/5.6

2.6/2.7

1.2/1.3

0.8/0.9

0.4/0.5

Rain (mm)

165/170

140/145

65/70

30/35

20/25

10/15



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