The summer months, from June to August, are often too wet to make this trip, and in winter, from December to March, it is too cold, with high passes often being blocked by snow. These results showed that the correlation between the TPST and SCSSMP changes between 1980 and 2016. J. Atmos. Air temperature, as the main driver in freezing and thawing processes, becomes vital for hydrological modelling and prediction in this region. 115, D02110. Black spots indicate significant differences above the 90% confidence level based on the Student's t–test. Sci. Res. If you are planning to take a train to Tibet, the best time for you is the season you prefer, as each season has a different view from the train. On the link between the subseasonal evolution of the North Atlantic Oscillation and East Asian climate. Known as the “City of Sunlight” in Tibet, the weather in Lhasa is relatively mild throughout the year, without it being too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer. According to our results, during 1998–2016, the wave–like structure in the tropics moves westerly along the low–level monsoon and another wave train may propagate downstream along the upper–level westerly jet. Summer here is defined as June, July, and August. An earlier version, ERA–Interim (Berrisford et al., 2011), is also used for comparisons. The Tibetan Plateau surface temperatures are therefore determined from the observation data and the 2–m surface temperature in these reanalysis datasets. At its summit, the temperature never gets above minus 2 degrees in summer, and can be as low as minus 60 degrees in the depths of winter. The climate across Nyingchi is classified as warm and temperate, though the same cannot always be said of the mountain peaks. A New Grid for the IFS. However, during 1998–2016, at 700 hPa, a wave–like structure in the low–latitude region moves easterly along the low–level monsoon flow (the red dotted line in Figures 7B–F). It is obviously found that the TPST–SCSSMP relationship is negative during 1980–1994 but positive for 1998–2016 in the South China Sea and the negative correlation along the Meiyu front is enhanced during 1998–2016. Clim. Adv. It is clearly that TPST is also negative correlated with VIMF over the South China Sea during 1980–1994 (Figures 9A–E), which meaning that it is much more dry air from the north Pacific gather here. Tibetan Plateau climate dynamics: recent research progress and outlook. doi: 10.1175/1520-0442(2004)017<2780.DCOTSS>2.0.CO;2. To further explore the changes in the convection motion after the interdecadal variation of the TPST, we study the changes in the TPST–OLR relationship to find the changes of the convection conditions. Consistent with the above mentioned (Figure 6), the relationship between the TPST and SCSSMP change when TPST underwent a shift that started around 1996. This change relationship is consistent with the results showed in Figures 7, 8. Rev. You can check the average temperature of each place in your preferred travel month and have a general idea of what to wear according to the temperature. Shading indicates significant differences above the 90% confidence level based on the Student's t–test. Dyn. Firstly, we assume all the variables are predictive variables and we construct a multiple regression model. Combining the divergence at 200 hPa and convergence at 700 hPa over the South China Sea, strong convection is more likely to occurs and lead to water vapor converge, which means the likelihood of rain increase in the later period. Just tell us your travel plan, we will offer you the detailed guidance to apply all the required travel documents according to your schedule. Temperatures in Tsedang can be warmer than that of Lhasa, with summer highs of around 23 degrees during the day, and only dropping to around 9-10 degrees at night. Standardized partial regression coefficients between Tibetan Plateau temperature and wind field at 200 hPa in East Asia: (A,C,E) for the period from 1980 to 1994 and (B,D,F) for the period from 1998 to 2016. Elevation-dependent sensible heat flux trend over the Tibetan Plateau and its possible causes. Meteorol. While it is not as warm as summer, it is warm enough to be comfortable, although the temperatures can drop drastically at night. Spatial analysis of air temperature and precipitation variability across the Tibetan Plateau was undertaken. J. Meteorol. To reduce the error, all reanalysis datasets are interpolated to the resolution of 1.25° latitude × 1.25° longitude. Part I: Thermal adaptation and overshooting (in Chinese). The trend is therefore reliable and robust, despite the annual variability after 2005. The Tibetan Plateau (TP) plays a critical role in influencing regional and global climate, via both thermal and dynamical mechanisms. A plateau scale soil moisture and soil temperature observatory is established on the Tibetan Plateau for quantifying uncertainties in coarse resolution satellite and model products of soil moisture and soil temperature. Wu, G. X., and Liu, Y. M. (2000). This page has moved to the following address 49, 171-182. doi: 10.1007/s13143-013-0018-x, Liu, X., and Chen, B. D. (2000). Quaternary Research 66 , … The reduction of albedo over the TP results in a local surface air temperature increase by more than 2°C. (A,B) Based on JRA55; (C,D) based on ERA5; and (E,F) based on ERA-Interim. The variable selection procedure is shown in Table 2. After the dramatic shift in TPST during 1998–2016, TPST is positive correlated with VIMF over the South China Sea (Figures 9B–F), which means that it is more favorable for water vapor convergence here. One of the hottest months of the year, temperatures in Lhasa are hitting the low 20 degrees, and even at Everest Base Camp, the weather is warm and pleasant. Res. Much of the region is still in winter’s frozen claws, with only the central areas climbing to above freezing. Table 1. Res. doi: 10.1029/2009JD012444. *Corresponding author (email: Jujianting@itpcas.ac.cn) Article Geology July 2012 Vol.57 No.19: 2433 2441 doi: 10.1007/s11434-012-5083-5 Hydrodynamic process of Tibetan Plateau lake revealed by grain size: Case study of Pumayum Co JU JianTing1*, ZHU LiPing1, FENG JinLiang1, WANG JunBo1, WANG Yong1, XIE ManPing2, J. Clim. Warming rate is found amplification with elevation in high–altitude region in recent years, especially the Tibetan Plateau (Beniston et al., 1997; Liu and Chen, 2000; Beniston, 2003; Seidel and Free, 2003; Pepin and Lundquist, 2008; Liu et al., 2009, 2012; Wang et al., 2014; Pepin et al., 2015; Wu et al., 2017; Zhu and Fan, 2018; Gao et al., 2019). Everest - Mt. (2013) showed that the warming of globe shifted the monsoon circulation and dried South Asia. Jpn. F test is used to test the significance of the regression equation. Sci. The version 2 Global Precipitation Climatology Project (GPCP) monthly precipitation analysis (1979-present). (2012b). Climate J. Climates are much different in different areas in Tibet and temperatures vary greatly within a single day. 52, 3997–4009. Climate warming in the Tibetan Plateau during recent decades. It would seem reasonable to hypothesize that this interdecadal variation of the TPST may change the atmospheric circulation and water vapor conditions, which further impact the SCSSMP in the downstream area of the Plateau. Ocean 40, 113-124. doi: 10.3137/ao.400203, Su, J., Duan, A., and Xu, H. (2017). Sci. Far out in the west of Tibet lies the region around the famous Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Clim. J. Atmos. doi: 10.1029/2008GL034026, Piao, S., Nan, H., and Chris, H. (2014). 26, 261-275. doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-11-00669.1, Duan, A. M., and Wu, G. X. In addition, the cloud–radiation effects on water vapor and radiative fluxes (Rangwala, 2013), are also responsible too. 33, 897-903. doi: 10.1002/joc.3477, Rangwala, I., and Miller, J. R. (2012). Note that the last variable adds into the model, it cannot be deleted immediately. 121:476. doi: 10.1002/2015JD023476, Lawrimore, J., Menne, M., Gleason, B., Williams, C., Wuertz, D., Vose, R., et al. It is also supported by the project of Enhancing School with Innovation of Guangdong Ocean University (230419053); Projects (Platforms) for Construction of Top-ranking Disciplines of Guangdong Ocean University (231419022); Special Funds of Central Finance Support the Development of Local Colleges and Universities (000041). Vectors are ignored for values <0.20. However, the nighttime drop in temperature is equally as large, with temperatures dropping to as low as minus 7 degrees in December and January. We present measurements of microwave L-band brightness temperature, profile soil moisture and soil temperature, CO2/H2O fluxes, and meteorological data as well as auxiliary vegetation and soil texture information to help resolve some of the magic and mystery on the Tibetan Plateau. (2014). In addition to TPST, global warming, interannual, and interdecadal variability, such as WNPSH, ENSO, PDO, and AMO, can also influence the summer rainfall in this area. Shigatse has a semi-arid plateau climate, with a temperate monsoon that gives it higher summer temperatures and lower winter temperatures. The similarity precipitation distribution patterns between these two datasets confirm that the GPCP precipitation data well reflects the precipitation in China and even in East Asia. 28, 108-121. 39, 1169-1181. doi: 10.1007/s00382-012-1334-z, Wu, G. X., Liu, Y. M., He, B., Bao, Q., Duan, A. M., and Jin, F. F. (2012a). Climate Dyn. The observational dataset, with 693 national–level basic stations in China, is also used for precipitation, during the 38–year period of 1980–2016. How does the East Asian summer monsoon behave in the decaying phase of El Niño during different PDO phases? Lake Namtso, on the border of Lhasa and Nagqu, is the coldest location, on average, with an average temperature below -11 degrees and daytime temperatures that remain below freezing throughout the month. Our results suggest that in a changing climate, we should be cautious when using predictions with interdecadal variations (Piao et al., 2014; Zhang et al., 2019). (2017) chose the grids above 2,000 m from the reanalysis datasets to quantitatively analyze the warming amplification over the Tibetan Plateau. It is found that the global–average surface temperature increases at a relative lower rate (0.15°C/decade, P < 0.05) during 1980–2016. This study investigates impacts of the warming Tibetan Plateau on air quality in the Sichuan Basin. Adler, R. F., Huffman, G. J., Chang, A., Ferraro, R., Xie, P., Janowiak, J., et al. In each step, the variable with the smallest p values which <0.1 is added to the model. Abstract. indicate temperature indirectly. Zhang et al. Wang et al. 5:eaau8932. After selecting three variables, it should begin to consider remove the insignificant predictor among them. We add the variables of PDO, ENSO, and AMO by one after another. Geosci. Dyn. Standardized partial regression coefficients between Tibetan Plateau temperature and wind field at 700 hPa in East Asia: (A,C,E) for the period from 1980 to 1994 and (B,D,F) for the period from 1998 to 2016. Hsu and Liu (2003) further examined that he TP heating might impact the zonally elongated rainfall (Meiyu front) but not be the only dominant forcing. (2004) and Ding et al. Quantitative analysis of surface warming amplification over the Tibetan Plateau after the late 1990s using surface energy balance equation. In this study, the spatiotemporal distributions of monthly and annual temperature minima (T min) and maxima (T max), extreme T min and T max, the highest (lowest) T min (T max), frost day (FD), icing day (ID), summer day (SD) and tropical night (TR) at 112 stations and over the ten large river basins on the Tibetan Plateau and its surroundings (TPS) during 1963–2015 are examined. Since most of the stations are located in the eastern Tibetan Plateau (25°−40°N, 90°−105°E) except for six stations located outside the region, those concentrated in the east areas are selected to represent the … (2015). Received: 15 July 2020; Accepted: 26 October 2020; Published: 26 November 2020. The observation dataset and three reanalysis datasets show the same phenomenon, which demonstrates that the recent changes relationship of TPST–SCSSMP responded to TPST shift over the last 20 years is a real phenomenon but not an artifact. ERA5 (the fifth generation of European Centre for Medium–Range Weather Forecasts atmospheric reanalyses of the global climate) is also used, which is a high-resolution dataset from 1950 to present (Malardel et al., 2015). Impact of anthropogenic climate change on the East Asian Summer Monsoon. In this study, we confirm they results again by using the different reanalysis datasets. Closing the Mackenzie Basin water budget, water years 1994/95 to 1996/97. Spatial distribution of precipitation trends in (A) China (based on observations) and (B) East Asia (based on GPCP data; brown contour delineates an altitude of 2,000 m) in the summers of 1980–2016 (units: mm/decade; cross symbols indicate statistical significance above the 95% confidence level). (2009). Eos. J. 5, 1183–1195. doi: 10.1007/978-94-015-1252-7_2, Beniston, M., Diaz, H., and Bradley, R. (1997). ML prepared the manuscript with contributions from all of the co-authors. Figure 9. Black spots indicate significant differences above the 90% confidence level based on the Student's t–test. Global warming shifts the monsoon circulation, drying South Asia. Xiaoying Ouyang, Dongmei Chen, Yao Feng, Yonghui Lei, Comparison of seasonal surface temperature trend, spatial variability, and elevation dependency from satellite-derived products and numerical simulations over the Tibetan Plateau from 2003 to 2011, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 10.1080/01431161.2018.1482024, (1-14), (2018). One of the best times to visit Everest Base Camp in Tibet is spring, from April to May, as the colder weather is now over, and the rainy season has not yet started. ENSO-South China Sea summer monsoon interaction modulated by the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation. J. Known as the “City of Sunlight” in Tibet, the weather in Lhasais relatively mild throughout the year, without it being too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer. Since the normalized partial regression coefficient between TPST and SCSSMP is considered to be an isolated statistical relationship between them, TPST and other meteorological elements (VIMF, OLR et al.) In addition, ENSO was significantly modulated by the PDO, which furtherly affected on the SCSSMP (Lee et al., 2013; Feng et al., 2014; Song and Zhou, 2015; Bollasina Massimo and Gabriele, 2018). Z. May to October is the best time to visit, as the temperatures are warmer on average, and the nights are not yet too cold, with the hottest months being in June and July. To take you to the best of Tibet in the best time, we offer various kinds of Tibet group tours with frequent departure dated during the whole year. (2003). The interannual variation of TPST exhibits a consistent significantly increasing trend in all the datasets, although the variability is higher after 2005 (Figure 2). Malardel, S., Wedi, N., Deconinck, W., Diamantakis, M., Kuhnlein, C., Mozdzynski, G., et al. doi: 10.1175/1525-7541(2003)004<1147:TVGPCP>2.0.CO;2, Annamalai, H., Hafner, J., Sooraj, K. P., and Pillai P. (2013). Impact of the western North Pacific Subtropical High on the East Asian Monsoon precipitation and the Indian Ocean precipitation in the Boreal summertime. The regional climate of the Tibetan Plateau (TP) was simulated by dynamically downscaling reanalysis data and the Community Climate System Model version 4 (CCSM4) and comparing trends of temperature and precipitation with gridded observations. Remote Sens. Draper, N., and Smith, H. (1981). The AMO index is acquired from the Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Some issues still do not involve. (2012). The Tibetan Plateau tends to have enhanced warming and wetting phenomena under global warming of 1.5 °C, 2 °C and 3 °C. Clim. The values of the trends differ slightly among the data sets, but both methods detected consistent increasing trends (P < 0.01). It is therefore necessary to exclude these factors so as to isolate the contributions of Tibetan Plateau warming to the TPST–monsoon relationship as well as explore the robustness of the relationship in a changing climate. (2009) described that decadal variations existed in the relationship between winter–spring snow over the Tibetan Plateau and SCSSMP in 1960s−1990s. Owing to such extremities of climate, the Changtang region is one of the most sparsely populated regions of Asia. Why April to May and September to October are the Best Seasons to Visit Everest Base Camp. Change 5, 424-430. doi: 10.1038/nclimate2563, Pepin, N., and Lundquist, J. The best time to visit Tibet largely depends on what you want to see and where you wish to travel within the region. Why there is a negative relationship between TPST and Meiyu front, extending from the southern of TP across the mid–lower reaches of the Yangtze River to the Korean Peninsula and Japan along the south–northeast trend. Theor. 30, 5205–5220. (2002). Evidence for a weakening relationship between interannual temperature variability and northern vegetation activity. *Correspondence: Jianjun Xu, email@example.com, Front. For many people, summer is the best time to go to Tibet for sightseeing tours. Figure 4. The editor and reviewers' affiliations are the latest provided on their Loop research profiles and may not reflect their situation at the time of review. Appl. 10, 288–296. Similarly, as the mountain is set farther into Tibet than Everest, the rainy season brings more rains that can make traveling around the kora route very dangerous. This change in the TPST–SCSSMP relationship is associated with the change of the atmospheric circulation, which is mainly due to TPST interdecadal variation. (2011). Tellus. Insensitivity of the Summer South Asian High Intensity to a Warming Tibetan Plateau in Modern Reanalysis Datasets. Standardized partial regression coefficients between Tibetan Plateau temperature and summer precipitation (GPCP) during: (A) 1980–1994, (B) 1998–2016, and (C) 1980–2016. Int. 28:508. doi: 10.1002/joc.1759. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aau8932, Zhang, Y., Li, T., and Wang, B. Heating Effect of the Tibetan Plateau on rainfall anomalies over North China during rainy season (in Chinese). While there are few times when you cannot travel to Tibet, when traveling overland to Tibet, it is best to make the trip along the highways in spring and autumn, from April to May and September to November. Temperature trends at high elevations: patterns across the globe. Climat. 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