Tibet Weather

Most of Tibet is a high-altitude desert plateau over 4000m (13,123ft) and many passes exceed 5000m (16,404ft). Days in summer (June to September) are warm, sunny and dry, from low to mid 20℃ (70-75℉), but temperatures drop quickly at night. Winter is not as cold as you might expect, still averaging around 7°C (44℉) during the day in January but plunging to around -10℃ (14℉) at night. The best time to visit depends on what part of Tibet you're heading to, but for most areas May, June and October are the best months.

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