What’s the weather like in Asia in March?
The Asia weather in March has a mix of temperatures. In northern countries like China and Russia, conditions are beginning to warm up as winter ends. In popular holiday destinations in the south, such as Malaysia and Thailand, the weather is hot and sunny like it is all year. Rainfall can affect Asia this month, so you may need to pack an umbrella.
Goa is found along India’s wonderful west coast. In March, the monsoon rains here stop and the ground is very dry and the clouds disappear. Resorts in the north of Asia have a climate more like the east of Europe. From March onwards the temperature begins to rise and cities such as Beijing have more sunshine than in December, January and February.
As a whole, the average temperature for the continent of Asia in March is 5°C. The weather in Asia in March varies a lot on where you’re holidaying, though. The average daytime temperature in Hong Kong, for example, is 19°C. In Goa and Bangkok it will be around 28°C. The sunshine hours are much longer in the south of Asia. The popular resort of Goa will have about nine hours each day, with Kuala Lumpur enjoying eight. In east Asia, the sun rises at 6.10am and sets at 5.40pm in Japan at the beginning of March. If you’re heading to picturesque countries like Thailand and Malaysia at this time then you’ll get some tropical rain showers. Bangkok’s rainfall measures about 40mm and Kuala Lumpur gets around 218mm on average. The humidity level for Asia in March is 56%. The UV index will be high in warmer countries so take care when you’re sunbathing.