What’s the weather like in China in June?
China is a huge country, which means you’ll get different weather depending on where you go. June’s the start of summer across China, and temperatures are nearly at their warmest. This is the wet period of the year for most of the country, though, and there can be quite a lot of rain this month, particularly along the south coast.
The average temperature in the capital, Beijing, is 24ºC in June, with highs of 30ºC and lows of 18ºC after dark. A handful of the days have some wet weather this month, with 70mm forecast in total. Hong Kong on the south coast’s much wetter at this time, with almost 240mm of rain predicted over the course of 19 days. At 28ºC, the average temperature’s higher here, while the South China Sea waters are a lovely 29ºC this month. Over on the east coast in Shanghai, the sea and air temperatures are cooler, but there are fewer rainy days.