Photo 1：Sunset Glow at the End of the Sky, Chongqing
Chongqing is subtropical humid monsoon climate with an average annual temperature of 16~18°C, the average temperature of the hottest month is 26~29°C, and the average temperature of the coldest month is 4~8°C.
Photo 2：Night Rain,Chongqing
Chongqing’s annual average precipitation is relatively abundant, most areas are in the range of 1000-1350 mm. The precipitation is mostly concentrated from May to September, accounting for about 70% of the total annual precipitation. The rainy seasons are mainly summer and autumn, especially on nights at the end of spring and the beginning of summer, there is the saying of “Bashan Night Rain”.
Photo 3：Flashing Lightening and Booming Thunder,Chongqing
The average annual relative humidity in Chongqing is 70%~80%, which belongs to high-humidity areas in China. The annual sunshine hours are range from 1000 hours to 1400 hours, and the percentage of sunshine is only 25%~35%, which is one of the regions with the shortest annual sunshine duration in China.
Photo 4：Spring Scenery of Chongqing
The main characteristics of Chongqing’s climate can be summarized as: warm winter and early spring, hot summer and cool autumn, distinct four seasons; moist air, abundant rainfall; short sunshine time; cloudy and foggy, less frost and snow.
Photo 5：Lotus Mountain Villa in Summer,Chongqing
The spring of Chongqing is beautiful, with the ocean of flowers, the clarity water and the tranquility of the canyon. As one of the “Four Furnaces” in China, Chongqing’s summer is very hot, and the highest temperature from June to August often exceeds 35 degrees.
Photo 6：Qianye Meadows in Autumn,Chongqing
Photo 7：The Winter of Fengdu County, Chongqing
The autumn temperature in Chongqing is moderate. The average winter temperature in Chongqing is 6-8 degrees, and even on the coldest days, the temperature will not be lower than 0 degrees.
Photo 8：Hot Springs of Chongqing
In spring and autumn, Chongqing’s climate is mild and suitable , and it is the best tourist season. The summer is hot, but the fog is lighter, suitable for enjoying night scenes. The winter is cold and the moisture is heavy. You can enjoy a hot spring bath, relaxing your body and spirit.
Photo 9：the City of Fog, Chongqing
Chongqing is foggy from late autumn to early spring, known as the “the city of fog”. There are 104 foggy days per year on the average, exceeding the World Fog Capital London with the average annual foggy days of 94.