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Lhasa Climate

Influenced by Indian monsoon, Lhasa has a mild climate throughout the year. The yearly highest temperature is 29 ℃ and the lowest is -16.5 ℃. Blessed with flat land and mild weather, Lhasa is free of frigid winters and unbearably hot summers, having an annual average daily temperature of 8 ℃ (43 degrees F). It enjoys 3,000 hours of sunlight annually, much more than all other cities in this regard, giving the city its title of "Sunlit City." Lhasa enjoys an annual precipitation of 500 mm. It rains mainly in July, August and September. The rainy seasons in the summer and autumn are the best seasons of the year, when it rains mostly at night, and is sunny in the daytime.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 June 2013 11:15