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Tibet Travel Guide

Tibet Climate

The climate in Tibet is unique and complicated since it is located in plateau. Generally speaking, the climate is featured with thin air, low pressure and less oxygen. The vertical change of climate is evident here and temperature varies greatly between day and night. There is a great difference in climate between the northern and southern Tibet. In the north of Tibet, namely, the northern Tibet Plateau, it has a typical continental climate. The average annual temperature is below 0℃ and freezing season lasts half of a year. Even in its hottest month, July, the temperature is lower than 10℃. During the raining season, rainfall usually comes at night and in winter it is very windy. However, due to the influence of the humid air current from the Indian Ocean, in the southern Tibet, where mostly are valleys, it has warmer climate with great rainfall. The average annual temperature is about 8.6℃, while the lowest temperature is 1.9℃. The raining season is from May to September. The southern Tibet is the main primitive forest area of Tibet, which is a strong contrast with the landscape in the northern Tibet. The whole year in Tibet can be simply divided into the dry season and the raining season (the dry season usually is from October to April and the raining season is from May to September).

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