China   2024-03-05   Tuesday   29.56N, 106.55E

Chongqing

China
2024-03-05

2024-03-05 11:15

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12°

Cloudy

AQI 98
Today: It's Cloudy during the day and Light Rain at night, warmer than yesterday. AQI is moderate.

10KM/H

SE

73%

Humidity 

Low

UV 

11°

Feels Like

4km

Visibility

0.0mm

Precipitation

984hPa

Pressure

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Temperature

Air Quality

Good

73
*

PM2.5

94

PM10

21

O3

0.9

CO

10

SO2

36

NO2

Sun

Now

11:27

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11:27

Altitude

47°

Heading

143°SE

Moon

QWeather Waning crescent

Now

11:27

Now

11:27

Altitude

18°

Heading

221°SW

Chongqing's Historical Weather

Chongqing Outlook

Chongqing has a humid subtropical climate, bordering on a monsoonal humid subtropical climate and for most of the year experiences very high relative humidity, with all months above 75%. Known as one of the "Three Furnaces" of the Yangtze River, along with Wuhan and Nanjing, its summers are long and among the hottest and most humid in China, with highs of 33 to 34 °C (91 to 93 °F) in July and August in the urban area.Winters are short and somewhat mild, but damp and overcast. The city's location in the Sichuan Basin causes it to have one of the lowest annual sunshine totals nationally, at only 1,055 hours, lower than much of Northern Europe; the monthly percent possible sunshine in the city proper ranges from a mere 8% in December and January to 48% in August. Extremes since 1951 have ranged from −1.8 °C (29 °F) on 15 December 1975 (unofficial record of −2.5 °C (27 °F) was set on 8 February 1943) to 43.0 °C (109 °F) on 15 August 2006 (unofficial record of 44.0 °C (111 °F) was set on 8 and 9 August 1933).