Feilaisi Climate


The climate in Feilaisi belongs to cold temperate mountain monsoon climate. The climate is greatly affected by altitude. The latitude effect is not obvious. As the altitude rises, the temperature decreases and the precipitation increases. Most of the seasons are unclear. The winter is long and the summer is short. The dry season and wet season are usually obvious. The average annual rainfall is 633.7 mm. The precipitation in the rainy season from May to October accounts for 77.5% of the annual precipitation. The annual average precipitation in the northwest is below 660 mm, and the annual average precipitation in the southeast is around 850 mm. The annual average temperature is 4.7°C, the annual maximum temperature is 25.1°C, the minimum temperature is -27.4 °C, the sunshine duration is 1980.7 hours, and the sunshine percentage is 4.5. The average first frost is on September 30, and the final frost is on May 23, the earliest frost is on August 28, and the latest frost is on June 12. The frost period is generally 236 days per year, and the frost free period is only 129 days. 

Best Time to Visit Feilaisi

The best time to visit the temple is from January to May between winter and spring. The period between October and December is suggested if you wish to see Meili Snow Mountain from Feilaisi Temple. The sunrise time at the Feilaisi Temple is at about 6 a.m. around the summer solstice, and at about 8 a.m. during the winter solstice. Only between the lunar mid-July and September, you can have the opportunity of shooting the scenery of the moon hanging over the Meili Snow Mountain at sunrise.

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