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Q: When are the rain seasons in China?

When is rain expected to fall in the region you are at?

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The rain season in Guangxi Province runs with warm weather, from April to September we get 80% of the year rainfall.

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Where I live the rainy season start at the end of April and runs through the beginning of July.  June is usually the wettest month and April and May have considerably less rain.

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really dumb question, rains in spring, monsoons in spring, even my dog knows his, try this link
http://www.jfgit.com/

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