Macau type of weather is cataloged as subtropical with high wetness. The weather of Macau is prejudiced by its topography, position and geography. Macao's location south of the tropic of Capricorn puts it in the monsoon area. The wind tracks of winter and summer are opposing. The coziest weather of Macau is between the middle of October to December of each year. At the side of some periodic wet, murky, sprinkle and crouch visibility days, the weather remains okay in spring. The humidity remains the highest in spring and summer i.e. from April to September. The lowest temperature is usually evident in January to February. The precipitation and wet days are less due to the inadequate water vapor in atmosphere. Tourists must dress in lightweight cotton garments for the summer and carry jackets for the winter. The weather condition of Macau is unquestionably irregular and difficult to anticipate. However October to November and April to May are in all likelihood the best times to have holiday. In April, the humidity begins to upsurge. From May to September the Macau weather conditions remain burning and humid with infrequent rain and sultry storms called typhoons.