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Q: When is the worst time to be in Suzhou weather-wise?

8 years 39 weeks ago in  General  - Suzhou

 
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Jul-Aug Summer or Jan-Feb Winter

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People said Suzhou is a good place for living.

just maybe a lot of rain. cloudy. but this just shows the Jiangnan features.

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Suzhou is a bit dirty. There's a lot of raw sewage in the canals.

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I would say when it gets really really hot...in the summertime!

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until they start building homes with central-heating, winter is the worst time

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July and February I think. If you've noticed, spring and fall are quite nice here.

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Both summers and winters are bad.

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jul-aug too hot, dec-feb too cold

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According to historical record, could be mid July to end Aug (summer time), Mid Dec to end Feb (winter time).

Basically, the same as Shanghai, if you have been there.

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