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What is the weather like in Tibet?

 


What is the weather like in Tibet?

 In southern and eastern Tibet, the Himalayas act as a barrier against the rain-bearing monsoons, with rainfall decreasing as heading north. There is no rain from mid-September to May. Temperatures can vary from below 40 F in the early morning and evening to 85 F at midday. In the spring, dust is a problem. For more precise weather information, please check http://weather.yahoo.com

 

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