Pyong Yang weather in February (North Korea)
Looking to travel to Pyong Yang in February? Check out this comprehensive weather guide.
In February, Pyong Yang generally has low temperatures and low snow/rainfall. February falls within the winter season. Throughout the daytime, temperatures often hover around 4°C. However, as the sun sets and evening approaches, there's a noticeable cool-down, with temperatures gently dropping to a more temperate -6°C. It's a notably cold month; make sure to wear layers to stay warm. It's wiser to gear up in advance than to be caught off-guard, trembling in the cold.
Pyong Yang in February usually receives low snow/rainfall, averaging around 25 mm for the month. Typically around 5 days of snow/rainfall is expected.
The city usually sees around 207 hours of sunlight, indicating many sunny days.
If you're looking for dry conditions and comfortable temperatures, February may not be the ideal month to visit Pyong Yang. May, September and October typically offer the most agreeable circumstances. On the other hand, January, February, July, August and December tend to be characterized by conditions that may not be as optimal.
For an in-depth look at the yearly conditions, visit our specialized Pyong Yang climate page with graphs.
Pyong Yang, monthly averages in February
Where to go in North Korea in FebruaryFind out more about the weather in North Korea in February and which places have the best weather conditions in this month.
So, what should you wear in Pyong Yang in February?Wear a base layer in cold weather; this is the #1 thing you can do to increase your overall body temperature. Also, consider bringing a rain jacket as there might be some rain.
What To Do
We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in February.
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