Shenzhen weather bureau
While Shenzhen weather is pleasant for most of the year, the city of 17 million is located next to the South China Sea. This means that from time to time, it is subjected to heavy rains, typhoons, and tropical storms that make it challenging to get to work or to school. And being in the sub-tropics, Shenzhen occasionally suffers from high heat in summer.
Predicting the weather has always been very difficult, some would say an exercise in futility. In recent years, with the help of AI, Shenzhen Weather Bureau has dramatically improved the quality of its forecasts, thereby helping companies, schools, and city planners be prepared when Mother Nature brews something.