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Wuwei Climate Information
Wuwei, located between the Tengger Desert and Badain Jaran Desert, has a temperate continental climate. The terrain of Wuwei falls into three geographically distinguished parts: desert in the north, plains in the center and mountains in the south. Climate in the north is arid, characterized by little rain, heavy winds and storms all year round. The plains in the center have relatively comfortable weather. It is therefore the crop and fruit production base of the province. The mountainous region in the south, where the Qilian Mountains are located, is humid due to its dense forests.
The annual average temperature in Wuwei is around 8 °C (46℉), and the average rainfall ranges from 60 to 610 millimeters
The best times to visit Wuwei are summer and autumn. Compared with areas in East China, Wuwei is very dry all year round. Summer and autumn are the best seasons for visitors who are not used to the arid weather as most of the rainfall comes during this period.