Sources: The Library of Congress Country Studies; CIA World Factbook
The climate is subtropical and is hot and humid, with an average year-round temperature of 25�C and temperatures exceeding 30�C from June to September. Temperatures rarely fall below 14�C (the average for January and February). There is about 2,030 millimeters of rainfall annually. Macau is exposed to tropical storms originating from the southern Pacific Ocean during the summer. Major destruction occurred in September 1874, when a devastating typhoon hit Macau and high seas swept across the low-lying area of the peninsula.
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