Macau is a subtropical city; this means summers are quite hot, while winters are mild and enjoyable, without being too cold. The lowest temperature expected in winter, especially during a cold front is not less than 10°C (~25°F). Macau does suffer violent typhoons during mid-summer. Residents and tourists are recommended to heed typhoon warnings and schools and businesses are closed during very bad typhoons.
The weather in Macau is famously unpredictable. It can be sunny and bright one moment and wet and rainy the next. You may also face some truly extreme weather in Macau; warnings are regularly issued for direct-hit typhoons, extreme heat, black rain, thunderstorms or landslides. Spring is the season when you can expect black rainstorm warnings and apocalyptic downfalls. Summer sees plenty of thunderstorms and summer showers as well, along with Hong Kong typhoons. However, for the most part, the city is bright and sunny and very tourist-friendly.