The following weather chart displays the monthly average weather conditions for Daegu, Korea. The red line displays the monthly day time maximum temperature while the blue line shows the average night time minimum. The bar chart indicates the number of wet days per month that Daegu experiences.
The average weather for Daegu, Korea
Daegu is classified as having a humid subtropical climate but this classification mask the relatively cold winters that the city experiences. The summer months are hot and very humid with August being the hottest. The East Asian monsoon strikes Daegu between June and July and these three summer months are the worst time to visit Daegu. The typhoon season is in late summer but Daegu rarely gets battered by the destructive winds and floods.
Winters are surprising cold for what is considered a tropical country and Daegu even has a few snow days per winter. The best time to visit Daegu is during the short spring month before the humidity of summer. Late autumn is the second best season to visit.
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The number of wet days is defined as any day when more than 0.1mm of rain falls (this is a very small amount). The wet day can range from just a single shower through to a complete day of rain but the number of wet days per month is a very useful guide when planning a holiday to Daegu in Korea.
The Daegu weather chart and data has been averaged into monthly segments to aid in choosing a suitable season to visit Daegu. The average monthly maximum temperature is the average air temperature that is in a place of shade therefore Daegu temperatures in direct sunlight during the summer months will be much higher.