|Average Weather in Major Cities of March|
In northern China, it will be a lot warmer during the day but the average temperature is still below-freezing at night. The average rises above freezing. Bring warm clothes such as overcoats, long underwear and fleeces are enouth. In central China, the weather is warming up with an average temperature of around 10°C (50°F), but it still feels chilly during the day because of the damp. A down jacket and a wind-proof jacket are needed, also consider carrying a waterproof or umbrella in case the cloudy weather. In south China, it can be warm during the day but cool at night. You'll be able to wear shorts on some days but it's still advisable to bring some warmer clothes. Rain-wear is essential: half the month can be rainy. Long sleeves and pants, and a wind-proof jacket or umbrella are recommended.
Wuyuan in Jiangxi province is reputed as the most beautiful countryside in China. Its beautiful rape flower fields and Huizhou architectures, as well as other Huizhou landscape are the highlight for travelling to China Wuyuan in late March and April.
The spring of Hangzhou is very beautiful. Travellers can enjoy the Dawn on the Su Causeway in Spring (Sudi Chunxiao,苏堤春晓) and Listening to Orioles Singing in the Willows(Liulang Wenying柳浪闻莺). They are two of the top ten scenes of the West Lake, which is the essence attraction of Hangzhou.
Spring in Shanghai is from March to May. Temperatures climb from cool to warm. Therefore, spring is a good time for traveling in Shanghai. The weather feels comfortable with the average temperature at around 15 °C.