Situated in the center of China, in the middle of Yangtze River, Yichang boosts a subtropical climate with just the right amount of sunshine and rainfall. The climatic feature of this region is that the four seasons are clearly demarcated. Spring and autumn are longer than summer and winter. It's hot in summer and there's much rain, while it's cold in winter and there's little rain. The average temperature in autumn is higher than that in spring. In summer there are rich storms. The rainy season is June and July, which is also the hottest period. It is not wise to visit in summer, because the plum rain at this season brings great trouble for
transportation. The winter is fairly cold, which is not suitable for travel either. The best seasons for visiting are spring and autumn, when the climate is favorable and pleasant. Its natural scenery is truly something to be a marvel, because of its position on the Yangtze River; visitors can see Three Gorges Dam, the green hills and enjoy the fresh air. Yichang's warm, moist climate makes it an ideal area for growing oranges which are harvested in August. The Chinese traditional dragon-boat festival is the fifteenth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese lunar calendar.
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