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INFORMATION FOR TRAVELERS

CLIMATE IN MONGOLIA


Mongolia is known to the world as country of "Blue Sky". It has a continental climate, with long, cold, dry winters and brief, mild, and relatively wet summers. When Arctic air masses dominate in mid-winter, temperatures average 68 F (-20 ) to 95 F (-35 ). In the Uvs Lake basin in northwestern Mongolia, known as one of the coldest places in all of Asia, the lowest temperature ever recorded is 136 F (-58 ). By contrast, summer time temperatures in the Gobi desert climb as high as 104 F (40 ). Annual precipitation ranges from 24 inches (600 mm.) in the Khentii, Altai, and Khuvsgul Mountains to less than 4 inches (100 mm.) in the Gobi. In some parts of the Gobi, no precipitation may fall for several years in a row. Mongolia has the 4 seasons. There are spring, summer, autumn and winter.

 

Temperature (the highest-the lowest).

 

    UB Central
part
Northern
part
Eastern
part
Western
part
Gobi
January F
C
59/90
-15/-32
50/72
-10/-22
63/86
-17/-30
59/81
-15/-27
64/86
-18/-30
52/67
-11/-24
August F
C
46/72
8/22
46/68
8/20
46/72
8/22
52/75
11/24
48/73
9/23
48/73
9/23

 

Rainfall (average)

 

    UB Central
part
Northern
part
Eastern
part
Western
part
Gobi
Sunny days in a year   116 119 117 125 120 155
Mean inches 
Annual Rainfall
inches
mm
9
231
11
289
11
272
9
236
15
381
5
131
SPRING IN MONGOLIA

Spring comes after a severe winter, days become longer, and nights shorter. It is the time for snow to melt and for animals to come out from hibernation. All animals and livestock breed while the soil thaws in the warm spring weather. In Mongolia "Khansh neekh" means some animals, which hibernated, awoke from their sleep. Spring is the prosperous season of the year when everybody is calm and relaxed; grass turns green, anemones grow up and nature is covered with its green dress. Beginning in March spring usually lasts about 60 days although it can be as long as 70 days or as short as 45 days in some areas of the country. For people and livestock, it is also a harsh season of the driest and the most windy days although it gets warm in spring, livestock breed and gain their weight; and grass becomes green.

SUMMER IN MONGOLIA

Summer is the warmest season in Mongolia. Generally, precipitation is higher in summer than any time of the year. Rivers and streams are at their fullest in summer. It is the time when pasture, grass and crops grow and livestock gain weight and fat. It is the most pleasant time with abundant dairy products and there are many feasts and holidays of happy people. In Mongolia, summer lasts about 110 days from the end of May until September. July is the warmest month of summer and it is 59 F (15 ) and 68 F (20 ) in mountainous areas of Khangai region, 68 F (20 ) and 77 F (25 ) in the steppes and the highest temperature is between 90 F (32 ) and 95 F (35 ) in Khangai and 104 F (40 ) and 106 F (41 ) in Gobi. Sometimes it reaches 122 F (50 ) in Gobi.

AUTUMN IN MONGOLIA

Autumn in Mongolia is the season of transition from the hot and wet summer to the cold and dry winter. There is less rainfall in autumn. Gradually it gets cooler and vegetables and grains are harvested at this time. Pasture and forests become yellow. Flies die and livestock is fat and woolly in preparation for the winter. Autumn is an important season in Mongolia in order to prepare for winter; harvesting the crops, vegetables and fodder; getting ready their cattle barns and sheds; preparing firewood and warming up their homes and so on. Autumn lasts about 60 days from the beginning of September until the early November. In some years, there are many long and sunny days in autumn.

WINTER IN MONGOLIA

In Mongolia, winter is the most severe, the coldest and longest season. All rivers, lakes, streams and ponds freeze in winter. It snows throughout the country, but not heavily. After making all the necessary preparations for a long winter, herdsmen stay at their winter camps. Winter starts early in November and lasts about 110 days until March. Sometimes it snows in September and November, but the heavy snow usually occurs at the beginning of November. January is the coldest winter month in Mongolia and the mean temperature is 95F (-35) in Khangai mountain regions, 59 F (-15) in Gobi and 68F (-20) and 77F (-25) in the other parts of the country. Howevr, 50 F (-10 ) in Europe means 68 F (-20 ) in Mongolia.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
  • Facts about Mongolia 2000. by Da. Gandbold. ADMOND Co.Ltd., Mongolia.
  • Mongolia. Lonely Planet Publications Pty Ltd.
PAGES OF THE PICTURE ALBUM
 
 

- About Mongolia

- The state symbols of Mongolia

- Fact for visitor

- Geographical features 

- Climate

- History

- Population

- Language and writing

- Water reserve

- Flora and fauna

- Map of Mongolia
 

 

- Historical essentials of Mongolian culture

- Mongolian art and culture

- Mongolian script

- Mongolian music

- Fine art

- Mongolian theatre

- Mongolian dance

- Mongolian cinema

- National Circus
 

 

- Nomads cuisine

- Mongolian milk

- White food of the Mongol

- Mongolian ger

- Morin Khur

- Mongol Zurag New!!!

- Tsagaan sar

- Naadam festivale
 

 

- Hotel

- Tourist camps.

- Train time table (Ulaanbaatar).

- International flight time table.

- Domestic flight time table in Mongolia.
 

 

 

Nation/Region

MNT Rate

USA(Dollar)

E.U (Euro)

Japan (Yen)

Russia(Rub)

China(Yuan)

S.Korea (Won)

Currency data courtesy coinmill.com

Classic tours 

Horse riding tours 

Trekking tours 

Short tours

Fishing tours

Automobile tours

Special tours

Mongolia - Baikal

Mongolia - China

 

General information

Facts for the visitors

Mongolian history

Mongolian art and culture

The regions of Mongolia

The maps of Mongolia 

Information for driver

Naadam festival

Fishing in Mongolia

Mongolia photo album

 

About Ulaanbaatar

Sights of interest

Ulaanbaatar museums

Ulaanbaatar monasteries

Art Galleries in Ulaanbaatar

Ulaanbaatar Suburbs

 

Train and plane time table 

- Ulaanbaatar train time table

- International flight time table

- Domestic flight time table

Hotels in Ulaanbaatar

Tourist camps in Mongolia

Mongolian visas.

Diplomatic representatives
         of Mongolia

The embassies in Mongolia

 

Accommodation booking 

- Hotel

- Home stay

- Tourist camp in Mongolia

Ticket booking

- Air ticket

- Train ticket

Visa support service

- Invitation to Mongolia

- Russian visa support

Other services 

- Guide service in Mongolia

- Transfer

- Reservation car in Mongolia

- Camping equipment

   

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