Best time to go to Hami

  • Max Day Temperature: 22 - 30°C [remove]
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The best time to go to Hami is May and September

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Max Day Temperature (°C)

  • -4°C maximum daytime temperature in January in Hami-4
    Jan
  • 2°C maximum daytime temperature in February in Hami2
    Feb
  • 11°C maximum daytime temperature in March in Hami11
    Mar
  • 20°C maximum daytime temperature in April in Hami20
    Apr
  • 26°C maximum daytime temperature in May in Hami26
    May
  • 31°C maximum daytime temperature in June in Hami31
    Jun
  • 33°C maximum daytime temperature in July in Hami33
    Jul
  • 32°C maximum daytime temperature in August in Hami32
    Aug
  • 26°C maximum daytime temperature in September in Hami26
    Sep
  • 17°C maximum daytime temperature in October in Hami17
    Oct
  • 6°C maximum daytime temperature in November in Hami6
    Nov
  • -2°C maximum daytime temperature in December in Hami-2
    Dec

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The best time to go guide for Hami, China shows long term monthly weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia) & the Met Office. Find out more about our data sources.

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