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Post by ZoeCC Sun Nov 14, 2021 3:04 am

Lhasa is the capital city of Tibet and the starting point of Tibet travel. It's also called the City of Sunlight with average daily sunshine of more than 8 hours. Every year thousands of tourists flock to this snow-covered plateau of Tibet to admire its broadness and magnificence. But due to Tibet’s mystery, many tourists do not know much about Tibet especially the Lhasa weather and how to dress appropriately there. This article will give you a detailed explanation of the weather in Lhasa of Tibet.

Features of Lhasa temperature
Lhasa is located on the north side of the Himalayas, with sunny weather throughout the year, sparse rainfall, no severe cold in winter, and no intense heat in summer. It belongs to a plateau temperate semi-arid monsoon climate.

Low temperature, small annual temperature difference but a larger diurnal temperature difference.

“There are four seasons in a day” is a vivid portrayal of Lhasa's weather and climate. During the peak tourist season from June to September every year, the highest temperature in Lhasa at noon can reach 27°C-29°C, giving people the feeling of midsummer. In the evening, the temperature begins to drop to 15°C, people have a sense of cool autumn. At midnight, it falls to 0°C-5°C, and people need to cover quilts all night as if it were winter. The next morning, after sunrise, the temperature rises again and it's as warm as spring.

The boundary between the dry season and the rainy season is obvious, and it usually rains at night.


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