Tianjin is located in northeast part of the North China Plain, bordering the Bohai Sea in the east, leaning against the Yuanshan Mountain in the north. Being a port city, Tianjin enjoys a monsoon influenced humid continental climate. The hot summers in Tianjin regularly experience highs of 32ºC / 90ºF, from June to August. The annual precipitation is 550-650 millimeters, 75% of which is mainly concentrated in summer. Monsoon also approaches Tianjin in the month of July and causes precipitation levels to rise further. The winter
season from October to mid-March, tremendously brings down temperature and humidity levels in the city. The lowest temperature in January can dip down below freezing point at -4ºC. It is advisable to carry good amount of woolens and warm clothing to protect one from the chilly winds. A good time to visit Tianjin is during the pleasant Spring, from March to May, though sandstorms may come occasionally; and also in the autumn, from September to November, when the climate is at its most settled and agreeable.
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