Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Climate of Seoul

Although understood a bit Korea weather...
Now we move detail to Seoul weather...
Why Seoul ? Coz this the place are my main destination for vacation.

 The climate of Seoul features either a humid subtropical or a humid continental climate. Seoul is classed as having a temperate climate with four distinct seasons, but temperature differences between the hottest part of summer and the depths of winter are extreme. In summer the influence of the North Pacific high-pressure system brings hot, humid weather with temperatures soaring as high as 35 °C (95 °F) on occasion. In winter the city is topographically influenced by expanding Siberian high-pressure zones and prevailing west winds, temperatures dropping as low as -13.7 °C (7 °F). The bitterly cold days tend to come in three-day cycles regulated by rising and falling pressure systems, during winter snowfall can cause frosty weather in the city. The most pleasant seasons in the city are spring and autumn, when azure blue skies and comfortable temperatures are a sure bet. Most of Seoul's precipitation falls in the summer monsoon period between June and September, as a part of East Asian monsoon season.

 The best time of year to visit is autumn, from September to November, when the weather is usually sunny, and in October Seoul’s surrounding hillsides are ablaze with autumn colours.

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